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    Hi guys, recently I've upgraded my PC with a GTX 560 and looking for a medium size monitor, as desk space is an issue. What would be a good monitor between 18.5'' to 20'' with the resolution 1680 x 1050? (Perhaps 16:10 ratio?) My current monitor is a 5:4 ratio 17'' Dell, so I guess anything widescreen would make a good upgrade anyway. Also, is the difference between 1680 x 1050 and 1920 x 1080 significant? I could always opt to change table, but I recently bought it, so that's the harder option.

    Edit: Budget around 11k
    Last edited by Masy; December 14th, 2012 at 19:43.

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    @Masy i recommend u go for 1920x1080 resolution monitor for better compatibility. Buy a 22" (Actually ~21.5'') LED back light monitor with 1920x1080 resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    @Masy i recommend u go for 1920x1080 resolution monitor for better compatibility. Buy a 22" (Actually ~21.5'') LED back light monitor with 1920x1080 resolution.
    well, my personal experience (my very personal experience ofcourse because thats why I, myself, has moved from 1920x1080p res to 1600x900) is that 1920x1080p is a very VERY resource hungry setup. If you dont buy a card like 7870Ghz or GTX660Ti, you will not get smooth ~40FPS is modern titles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    well, my personal experience (my very personal experience ofcourse because thats why I, myself, has moved from 1920x1080p res to 1600x900) is that 1920x1080p is a very VERY resource hungry setup. If you dont buy a card like 7870Ghz or GTX660Ti, you will not get smooth ~40FPS is modern titles.
    i recommend him 1920x1080 resolution monitor not only for gaming but also considering every thing like watching movies, Wallpapers, Web-browsing, multitasking.......etc.
    I don't think 1920x1080 is a very VERY resource hungry setup over 1680 x 1050 resolution! In games it will reduce only 10 to 15 percent frames. But will increase picture quality, reduce pixal size etc. Now 1920x1080 is stranded resolution for ~22'' monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    @Masy i recommend u go for 1920x1080 resolution monitor for better compatibility. Buy a 22" (Actually ~21.5'') LED back light monitor with 1920x1080 resolution.
    Yes go for a 1920x1080 resolution monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    i recommend him 1920x1080 resolution monitor not only for gaming but also considering every thing like watching movies, Wallpapers, Web-browsing, multitasking.......etc.
    I don't think 1920x1080 is a very VERY resource hungry setup over 1680 x 1050 resolution! In games it will reduce only 10 to 15 percent frames. But will increase picture quality, reduce pixal size etc. Now 1920x1080 is stranded resolution for ~22'' monitor.
    It is almost 30% increase in performance from 1920x1080p to 1600x900p.

    1,409,088 pixels for 1600x900
    2,273,600 pixels for 1920x1080

    now do your math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    It is almost 30% increase in performance from 1920x1080p to 1600x900p.

    1,409,088 pixels for 1600x900
    2,273,600 pixels for 1920x1080

    now do your math.
    Boss now u r right!
    I compare with 1920x1080 and 1680 x 1050 that Masy asked. Not compare with 1920x1080 and 1600x900 that u used. Now do math yourself!
    BTW u r very good in Math! U can do very complex calculation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    Boss now u r right!
    I compare with 1920x1080 and 1680 x 1050 that Masy asked. Not compare with 1920x1080 and 1600x900 that u used. Now do math yourself!
    BTW u r very good in Math! U can do very complex calculation
    Oh my gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad!!!

    1680x1050 is HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE! U are 中中ing right mannnnnnnnn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Oh my gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad!!!

    1680x1050 is HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE! U are 中中ing right mannnnnnnnn!
    Boss u know Math well! U can say how 中中ing HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE difference between 1680x1050 and 1600x900! And how come
    1,409,088 pixels for 1600x900
    2,273,600 pixels for 1920x1080


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    I hope you understand that the more you're arguing, the more you're embarrassing yourself, true he should get the 1080p monitor if his budget permits him, but not because of the shallow points you've brought up thus far @Paladin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    Boss u know Math well! U can say how 中中ing HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE difference between 1680x1050 and 1600x900! And how come
    1,409,088 pixels for 1600x900
    2,273,600 pixels for 1920x1080


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    well the exact figure is 1,440,000 for 1600x900 and 20,736,000 for 1920x1080. I just put an estimation there from my memory. Try to be practical. Nobody carries calculator all the time, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    I hope you understand that the more you're arguing, the more you're embarrassing yourself, true he should get the 1080p monitor if his budget permits him, but not because of the shallow points you've brought up thus far @Paladin
    he knows exactly what im trying to say. -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    I hope you understand that the more you're arguing, the more you're embarrassing yourself, true he should get the 1080p monitor if his budget permits him, but not because of the shallow points you've brought up thus far @Paladin
    he knows exactly what im trying to say. -_-

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    1920X1080=2073600
    1680X1050=1764000
    1600X900= 1440000

    The difference between 1600X900 and 1680X1050 is marginal, however, the difference is huge when both of these are compared against 1920X1080, and I do understand that some of the 1080p monitor comes with features like IPS panel for better color accuracy, faster response time, etc. but think about this way, you have a bunch of 720p movies on your hard drive, and when viewing them at 1080p, the image will be upscaled, therefore the quality will deteriorate unless you watch movies from a distance like you watch TV, and as for gaming, the quality takes a further hit as he'll mostly have to skimp on Anti Aliasing and maybe Anistropic Filtering depending on the game, so your claims for better image quality, although is true, gets butchered because of the hardware not capable enough to back it up, the GTX 560 can barely run Battlefield 3 at mid to high settings at 1080p and maintain a steady framerate, but the scenario will change drasticaly when you switch to 1680X1050 or 1600X900, so the point is, it does cost you a lot if you wish to take full advantage of 1080p, thus ppl buy discrete graphics cards for their HTPC or otherwise the IGP would've been enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masy View Post
    Hi guys, recently I've upgraded my PC with a GTX 560 and looking for a medium size monitor, as desk space is an issue. What would be a good monitor between 18.5'' to 20'' with the resolution 1680 x 1050? (Perhaps 16:10 ratio?) My current monitor is a 5:4 ratio 17'' Dell, so I guess anything widescreen would make a good upgrade anyway. Also, is the difference between 1680 x 1050 and 1920 x 1080 significant? I could always opt to change table, but I recently bought it, so that's the harder option.

    Edit: Budget around 11k
    19 inch or less is recommended with that GPU. And you are not going to find any 20 inch+ monitor with 11K bdt anyway

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    i strongly recommend you to buy a 21.5" monitor. i play every game at dx11 high settings with my i5 2400+gtx560. (but of course not the ultra-highest). i have to lower the anti aliasing in some titles and turn off vsync sometimes(i.e. far cry3). Another reason for suggesting you 1080p bcoz you dont always play games, you will watch movies also, and trust me, 1920x1080 is boss for watching movies.

    but if you cant increase your budget you cant buy 21.5" you have to get a 20" monitor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    i strongly recommend you to buy a 21.5" monitor. i play every game at dx11 high settings with my i5 2400+gtx560. (but of course not the ultra-highest). i have to lower the anti aliasing in some titles and turn off vsync sometimes(i.e. far cry3). Another reason for suggesting you 1080p bcoz you dont always play games, you will watch movies also, and trust me, 1920x1080 is boss for watching movies.

    but if you cant increase your budget you cant buy 21.5" you have to get a 20" monitor
    Of course you have to lower the AA and turn off vsync, some of the best graphics options. And by the next year you have to lower it more...But OP can get an 18.5 inch and easily play with max settings. Another thing is yes 1080P is good for watching movies, but also consider that you have to download 1080P movies and 720P movies wont satisfy you anymore on your huge monitor. If you have broadband connection then maybe there is no problem with unlimited downloads....but with qubee or banglalion you can max download 30-35 GB per month. I am not offending anyone or my suggestions, just mentioning all the pros and cons so OP can get what is best for him

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      • Sapphire 7970 OC 3GB w/ BOOST || Gigabyte 8800gts 512mb
      • Display:
      • Sony Bravia KDL42W700B || Samsung P2350, Samsung T190
      • Sound Card:
      • integrated
      • Speakers/HPs:
      • Genius G500v || cosonic headphone
      • Keyboard:
      • cm devastator mb24 , a4tech x7 g800 , logitech k260|| a4tech x7 g500,a4tech KB 28g
      • Mouse:
      • cm devastator ms2k , a4tech x7 X710 || a4tech office mouse, logitech m210
      • Controller:
      • logitech g13,logitech rp2,xbox 360 wireless controller,generic usb x 3
      • Power Supply:
      • xfx pro series 650w || delux 450w
      • Optical Drive:
      • liteon 24x w/ LT || asus dvd rw
      • USB Devices:
      • Transcend 16gb USB 3.0 || Transcend 16gb usb 2.0
      • UPS:
      • Apollo 1200va || Powerguard 650va
      • Operating System:
      • win7 ultimate sp1 || xp sp3
      • Comment:
      • alhamdulillah!duitai chole,kharap na :D
      • ISP:
      • Itbasebd || qubee
      • Download Speed:
      • 8mb || 4 mb
      • Upload Speed:
      • 8mb || 2mb

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