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I Am Torn Between A 23" (16:9 Ratio) And A 24" (16:10 Ratio) Monitor. Advice Please?

Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT The two are color-consistent, which was not the case with many CRT and LCD monitors I used in the past. When I go to LAN-parties, people think I have a 27" screen anyway, as it is so much bigger than their 24" 24:9 screens. Plugging 2 things into a monitor at once? have a peek here

M new bie , just hope can get some novice advice. skyglider May 13, 2014 Dell U2412M, wow! I am curious how you would design this theater. For X-mas, however, I am considering a 16:9 27" (2560 x 1440): It delivers additional 240 vertical pixels over a 16:10 @ 1920 x 1200 while not straining the GPU as https://forums.techguy.org/threads/i-am-torn-between-a-23-16-9-ratio-and-a-24-16-10-ratio-monitor-advice-please.1034739/

I use computers far more than just films and games and if I lost 10% of my vertical pixels I'd be unimpressed! That said, I'm sitting on a 19" 1440x900 screen at the moment, which gets the job done in all honesty. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/1034739 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Then there's the whole high refresh and adaptive refresh thing.

Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! You should be ok with a 123-inch screen. Half the time it doesn't even register so you end up tYPING LIKE THIS. 31/07/2015 at 10:22 OmNomNom says: Mac keyboards are poop i agree. is there any brand that generally upscales SD content better than others?

I choose my screens primarily these factors in this order. Loading... Started May 11, 2014 | Discussions Shop cameras & lenses ▾ Forum Threaded view BPB • Contributing Member • Posts: 701 Monitor Aspect Ratio 16:9 or 16:10? https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3668443 As such, if looking at a 1920x1080 image on my 16x10, I can view it at full screen and my taskbar will not overlap the image due to the extra 120

I always percieved it as: 16:10 = 16: 0.5 + 9 + 0.5. Star*Dagger 22nd October 2012, 18:31 There are people who know what they are talking about, and then there are the people who support 16:9 The_Beast 22nd October 2012, 18:38 24" 16:10 For me there's no going back to a smaller screen, only onward and upward. Monitor choices time....

  • Thats 60% more pixels for the GPU to push.
  • fairnooks, Jan 5, 2012 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
  • This is much the same reason why Dell still sells the U2410 alongside the U2412M and the U2711 alongside the U2713HM.
  • Try Crosshair John W Hall May 12, 2014 Re: Monitor Aspect Ratio 16:9 or 16:10?
  • For the meat of this discussion, I'm going to use Witcher III.
  • I got confused looking at Dells website where I think that they have the sizes of the screen area swopped around between the P2314H and the P2414H in the specs info.
  • TN I hear have slightly worse contrast than IPS generally speaking, but they are usually both usually listed at 1000:1.
  • From the Philippines.
  • My Asus 22" VW222U has a vertical screen height of 11.75" (297mm) so definitely nothing to gain by buying a 23" or even a 24" 16:9 ratio monitor.
  • only joking. 16:10 for me.

If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Has lower fps. Due to the lack of width I am going to put in 4 narrow home theater recliners with a walkway on only one side. It does actually.

What I did discover is that a "proper" 22" monitor ( my current ASUS and stand in LG both measure a true 22" diagonal at 16:9) provides more screen height than When 16:9 came into mainstream, I hated it. It's still huge, fills my viewing area, and looks fantastic in terms of colour and the like. Yes, yes, yes and yes.

I am worried it is far too big for the room. Our time would be far better spent applying pressure to manufacturers and screen designers to just give us better resolutions already. Reply ila says: 2015-October-23 at 1:30 pm Ok, may be you could help on an indoor issue, would a 5000 lumen, 1080p, 16:9 aspect ratio projector be correct for an audience In reply to Ron AKA • May 13, 2014 Ron AKA wrote: glasswave wrote: Ron AKA wrote: The 16:10 ratio gives you more height to work with and is more valuable

Can you get bigger screens? Unless it's stupidly expensive (no pricing I can find yet) it's a perfectly legitimate comparison, given that you have to spend over 500 GBP for a 27''. ClearType uses subpixels as an opportunity to increase the effective resolution of an LCD panel. 31/07/2015 at 19:24 TacticalNuclearPenguin says: Besides, cleartype wouldn't exist if subpixels weren't a problem. 02/08/2015 at

TN - The viewing angle / color decay is not much of a problem since the monitor will be used for PC , and as a user, you will be facing

Curent Wifi tech could theoretically provide the necessary bandwidth, but we all know how that works in practice. 4.2.2. You'll need a converter lens. Which do I want for a gaming monitor? ZeDestructor 22nd October 2012, 14:14 Quote:Originally Posted by Omnituens16:10 for me too - i have a 2407 A04 which is a good few years old.

Wiki » Check out the /r/monitors Wiki for guides and more! impar 22nd October 2012, 09:05 Greetings!Quote:Originally Posted by DreamCatcherFor X-mas, however, I am considering a 16:9 27" (2560 x 1440): It delivers additional 240 vertical pixels over a 16:10 @ 1920 samsung 2253BW color/brightness issues Should I buy an Apple Cinema Display? Upgraded from a 24" 1080 16:9 screen and I would never want to go back, it's wonderful.

Gaming Monitor 500-600$ backlight bleed? It may depend on the application you use, and the ability to move panels around on the screen, but with Adobe Camera RAW I did not find it useful at all. I have been going back and forth with the idea of 2.35:1 or 16:9 for a projection screen. Don't have a calibrator so no attempt to calibrate was done.

The next item on my 4K housekeeping list involves graphics cards. The room will be 21 feet wide and 17 deep. I can say that the U2412M looked excellent to me with the brightness lowered to 55 from the factory setting of 75. This is because they are smaller.

When we will have 4K, our desktop will be set to a much higher DPI for smoother text, icons, etc. Perhaps you should go use one if these and then come back with an opinion?