Hackin 'n Slashin
Then why do 24 inch screens cost an arm and a leg (especially from LG) but the 23.5 inch HD 1920x1080 screens can be had for peanuts?
Yes CRT it is. When my last 19 inch CRT went I had a real hard time tracking down another CRT monitor, the guys at the store I bought it at (still under warranty) kept trying to give me a 17inch LCD because it's "better".Again, this must be a CRT (no 1280x1024 LCD does 100Hz that I know of), so that's not a native resolution, nor does it's aspect ratio match your monitor. 1280x960 is the 4:3 1280 resolution.
Now, as for me, I use many, and that's at least half the reason I'm still on a CRT.
For emulators, I often use 640x480 or maybe 800x600. Sometimes 1024x768 makes an appearance.
For games, it's often 1280x960, 1400x1050, 1600x1200, or perhaps 2048x1536 when possible. Again, sometimes 1024x768 makes an appearance. I never have to go lower, if to that at all. 1280x960 is usually the lowest I need to go, and I prefer 1400x1050 or 1600x1200 where I can get good speeds with good quality.
For desktop use, it's mostly 1600x1200 (@100Hz).
I imagine it would. I haven't actually tried playing Oblivion yet since I played Morrowind with an outdated computer, and the experience isn't quite as exciting with castrated graphic settings. I'm going to hold out on trying Oblivion for a while, in case I stumble upon a new computer.Youch....so is Oldblivion any good? or does it not help?