Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by RoboX, Feb 20, 2012.
love my 1920x1080 res but might get this
2560x1600 is 16:10/8:5 Ratio
2880x1800 is also 16:10/8:5 ratio... is what we want
I loved 1920x1200, but since that res is rare now days I have folded and went with 1920x1080. Though I do want to say, 1200 vertical will not be any higher quality than 1080 vertical. Because they aren't using 1200 pixels in the same size are as they are 1080. A monitor with 1200 vertical pixels will be a taller screen, rather than more pixels contained in the same area. So visual quality will be the same as 1080, it just gives you a bit of extra vertical view, which I always liked, I wish it stayed the standard for PC's
when your playing a game like battlefield and there are people stood above you, you can see them with 16x10 where as with 16x9 you have to look up.... just something I noticed watching my pal play on his rig...
I'm on a 25.5" 1900x1200 and I freaking love it ! Highly recommend, but as other people say there are more important factors these days, such as the panel, If I had money I would go for a IPS(better viewing angles, which totally sucks with TN) and if possible 120hz cause I do alot of fast paced FPS's games.
Wait for G-Sync monitor later this year?
Yeah also that does sound like a plan, if you're willing to put the extra money of course !
I'm guessing a 2560x1440p IPS 60Hz monitor with G-Sync will be sub $500US within 2014, which would be a game changer. If this come to pass I will surely pick one up, high res@60Hz is perfect for G-Sync to make a difference.
OH that sounds good ! cause 500 was the price of this monitor (1900x1200, 25.5" ) when I got it. I guess we can keep dreaming to see a 2560x1440p 120hz in the near future though
yea 120hz would be nice and I bet the Tegra could push it but not sure if the IPS panels could keep up. I would settle for 90Hz G-Synced though once Maxwell comes out games like BF4 all ultra at 2560x1440 would do close to 100fps on one gpu. Time will tell but as far as monitors go, I would sit and chill right now. CES is going to reveal a ton of new monitor technology in the next week. Keep your eyes peeled.
the main downfall I find with My 1200p is recording issues. like when You have to play in 1080. and record in 1080 because of Youboob. but I think they changed the available resolutions. all above 1080 is Gravy pretty much anyway.
Yea I play in 2560x1440 and record into 1080 which makes my cpu work overtime even when recording onto a fast SSD. WQHD files are huge and take forever to render/upload even with lagarith codec but it seems to work well for now. I can't wait for shadowplay to be solid and I will start using that instead of Dxtory.
Boycotting the 1080.
Bought a Dell U2410m IPS 1920x1200 and it's awesome. Those extra 120px vertical in desktop is also awesome
You use your monitor to watch purely movies, get a x1080. You use it for anything else, x1200 is the way to go.
I agree with that if 2560x1600 was affordable/available I would be a happy camper. Most monitor makers forgot these things get strapped to computers and not DVD/Blooray players. For productivity/gaming 16:10 is still king in aspect ratio. Although 21:9 has me interested once pixel density is higher and GPUs will keep up for a more "surround" like experience, although I think my future lies in Star Citizen + High res (maybe even G-Synced) Oculus Rift.
It has begun... not IPS but still a beginning. I'd like to trade 120Hz for IPS pls and let's do $500 . Again competition throughout the year will drive prices down a good bit, especially since Lenovo 4K 28" monitor is going to be less than $850.
what os the advantage of the 12HZ (no the 3d, is not for me)
120 hz make you able to have up to 120FPS (assuming your pc can provide) and also supposedly less tearing/ghosting overall, I don't know for sure haven't try but I'm interested by it too.
Yes indeed. If one wanted to show the most on a screen, then the optimum ratio would be 1:1. Of course, it wouldn't be very comfortable to use due to human anatomy (ie eyes side by side) especially at large display sizes. I've seen specialized monitors that use a 1:1 ratio, I think for medical imaging.
Personally, I find 16:9 is better for gaming, while 16:10 is better for productivity. I prefer 16:10 for productivity now compared to the old 4:3 ratio of the CRT monitor, finding it more comfortable.
1200p Dell here. As far as iam concerned, the only reason there are so many 1080p monitors is because of the film industry pushing 1080p for HD films.
I got korean ah ips monitor 1440p stable in 120hz and it's awesome.
How does that even work ? btw 1440p is what Ratio ? 16/10 or
And what about the price? would be interested to hear about the model and where you can purchase it, for a future upgrade. =)
I got myself a 32" TV and in my opinion a 1080P is plenty enough. Even for gamings since the higher the resolution the smaller the objects get in regular computer screens. Meaning the snipers are even smallers...these little fuc*ers!
Yes especially for Excel sheets in Office.
Did the same thing, the only down side is that all the movies are 16:9, but that's hardly a draw back as you don't even notice the black bars. In RTS games that extra FOV is great, so I recommend an 16:10 monitor.
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