rivenought wrote:The only thing I might add is that the style of monitor may be a factor depending on your video card/driver. I am not sure if this is a problem anymore, but in the past, I saw an issue with a wide screen monitor and a video chip that would only support the standard measurements. That guy just carried the wide screen back to the store, exchanged for a full screen one, and had flawless performance after that.
With all the bargains I have seen recently with LCD prices, this looks like an excellent time to invest in some new hardware. Please post back and let us know what you brought home.
Husse wrote:And as it is a LCD the refresh rate is not of much interest - note that 60 or 75 are the only (?) refresh rates to use with LCD and the default is 60 for most (all?)
CaptainStrangePork wrote:I Dont know why that posted twice.