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What is your current Screen Resolution?

  • 800 x 600

    Votes: 1 3.1%
  • 1024 x 768

    Votes: 5 15.6%
  • 1280 x 800

    Votes: 8 25.0%
  • 1280 x 960

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 1440 x 900

    Votes: 6 18.8%
  • 1600 x 1200

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 1680 x 1050

    Votes: 4 12.5%
  • 1920 x 1200

    Votes: 9 28.1%

Your Screen Resolution?

2288 Views 17 Replies 17 Participants Last post by  robin303
We had one of these a couple years ago, I am curious now as to what everyone is using. :thumbsup:

If you have multiple computers with different resolutions, you can click more then one.
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1024 x 768 on a 14" laptop
1280 x 800 on a 17" LCD monitor
I want a new video card, my 1680 x 1050 still isn't enough. The Radeon HD 4850 has a max resolution of 2560 x 1600. Then I can get a huge monitor, about a 27 inch and see way more on it. I'd want a full tower for it though, the new high end video cards get extremely hot, so I hear.
I have dual 22"ers. I can't click it twice though.
24" iMac
19" LG LCD and SysteMax desktop
17" HP notebook
17" Alienware Area 51 M7700 (dead)

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It is 800 by 600, that is what it always has been as far as I know
1440x1024 on my little 19" play around comp and 1680x1050 17" Macbook Pro, 2560x1600 on my 30" Mac cinema display (my work rigs)
1152x648

I am using the 50 inch Sony LCD TV in my living room as my monitor.

At first it was like 'wow'

Now when I use an actual monitor its like, damn this is too small...


If you have the connections on your video card, and an LCD TV I suggest you try it. However a word of warning; use your TV's native Resolution which can be found online under specifications. Using non native resolutions over any length of time, can cause serious damage to your display (or so I have been told).
1920x 1080
I clicked 1980 x 1200 though
I can go as high as 1920 x 1200 but keep it set at 1280 x 768, with a 17" widesceen laptop the icons and letters are to small to read comfortably.
I got a 24" working at max resolution and the working area looks awesome....
23" 1920x1080 desktop

14" 1280x800 laptop
You do know you can adjust all that by the way.
I can go as high as 1920 x 1200 but keep it set at 1280 x 768, with a 17" widesceen laptop the icons and letters are to small to read comfortably.
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