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    yo bro,... how much you bought the 710N?

    Sad to say, my aging Philips 107S CRT finally failling, the color fricker from time to time, from nature white turns to warm yellowish
    need to spend $$$ again

    Btw, your TI4200 is nVidia's GeForce4 series lah, not ATi card. I'm using ATi Radeon 9500Pro 256MB
    Thinking should I get a 17" LCD with DVi or CRT
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST_sg
    yo bro,... how much you bought the 710N?

    Sad to say, my aging Philips 107S CRT finally failling, the color fricker from time to time, from nature white turns to warm yellowish
    need to spend $$$ again

    Btw, your TI4200 is nVidia's GeForce4 series lah, not ATi card. I'm using ATi Radeon 9500Pro 256MB
    Thinking should I get a 17" LCD with DVi or CRT
    For your case get the LCD with DVi

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicholaslee
    !!!! omg! I didn't notice that!!

    Settled for a Samsung 710N today and it's recommended resolution is 1280X1024! I'm more used to 1024x768... the text aren't crispy when using 1024x768 and it looks so small but great on 1280x1024
    too bad my advice came too late... i find doing editing on 1280x1024 on a 17" very tedious, have to strain alot, with the 19" at 1280x1024 is better, i think its not like CRT, when you use lower resolution, it gets clearer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbma
    For your case get the LCD with DVi
    what's the min constrast spec should I go for a 17" LCD? heard there is 350:1, 400:1, 500:1
    Are they come with color management profile, which should works better than a generic sRGB from Windows?

    Thanks
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