View Poll Results: What is your screen resolution?

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  • less than 800 x 600

    1 0.54%
  • 800 x 600

    5 2.70%
  • 1024 x 768

    87 47.03%
  • 1280 x 1024

    63 34.05%
  • 1400 x 1050

    6 3.24%
  • 1600 x 1200

    12 6.49%
  • more than 1600 x 1200

    11 5.95%
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    I use the console on FreeBSD. Resulution 80x25

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    wow tough fight between 1024 and 1280 eh? keeps going up neck to neck..

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    Dual 21" Nec P1150, 1600 X 1200

    Pano pix rocks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roygoh
    Not much waste lah...about 1/2 inch per side. I felt it was worth it.

    My system quite slow at 1600X1200, and the refresh rate is not gooh enough at that resolution, only 50 Hz.
    this is very important for LCD users as it is a very common resolution. I found the setting in the "display property/advance" tab where you can set the zoom mode (whether zoom by software or graphics board). you can then force the system to use true 1280×960 by sacrificing top and bottom strips of the LCD (like wide-screen movies). Otherwise if you just select 1280×960 it will try to expand 960 pixels over the physical 1024 display pixels on the LCD.

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    I'm using 1152 x 864 on a 17" CRT. Not an available choice though.

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    since changing to 15Inch LCD a yr+ ago, my screen max resolution supported is only at 1024x768 @60Hz but previously on flatscreen 17 CRT, can support until 1600x1200 but still I won't choose that maximum, cos' I only finds comfortable viewing at 1024x768 @120Hz.

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    1280x960 mitsubishi diamondpro 900u x 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivor
    I am on 1024 x 768 resolution...
    me tooo ... both at home and at work ..
    AMPA * WPPI * J team

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    1280x1024 on my 21" Sony G520
    1400x1050 on my 14.1" Laptop

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    800 x 600

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    i always thought 800 by 600 is the most popular choice haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureflow
    i'm running 3200x1200 at 85Hz 32-bit
    Andy, is that a multi-display desktop at 2 × 1600×1200 ?

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    heh Andy, you ARE the extreme… I don't have such a set up, but I also damn well know there ain't such a resolution as 3200×1200

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    huh? but that's over two displays right?

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    oeyvind, that's a strange resolution, it isn't 4/3 and your images might be vertically stretched.

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    Mine is 1152x864. No such option tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwchoy
    oeyvind, that's a strange resolution, it isn't 4/3 and your images might be vertically stretched.
    That's the native resolution which is also 3:2 ratio on the PowerBook...

    Last edited by oeyvind; 9th April 2004 at 10:32 AM.

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    Dual monitor setup:
    1920x1440 @ 75hz on a NEC FP1355 (21" CRT) and 1280x1024 @ 75hz on a LG L1710S (17" LCD)

    Not balanced but being able to dump toolbars and smaller windows to the LCD helps free up the main work area.

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    1280x1024 Samsung 173T 17"LCD at 75Hz

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