What resolution are you running? (2007-2011)

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What resolution are you running?

  1. 640x480

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  2. 800x600

    0 vote(s)
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  3. 1024x768

    11.8%
  4. 1152x864

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  5. 1280x1024

    11.8%
  6. 1440x900

    29.4%
  7. 1600x1200

    5.9%
  8. 1680x1050

    17.6%
  9. Other

    23.5%
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  1. James

    James Photojournalist VIP Member

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    Thought I'd create an update version of the old poll-

    What resolution are you currently running? Also specify what size CRT / LCD / Screen you are running it on.

    I'm running 1680x1050 on a Samsung 206BW.
     
    James, Feb 26, 2007
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    Fenis-Wolf VIP Member

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    15in MacBook Pro. When I have it attached to my flatpanel at work I run 1280z1024, which isn't optimal. I should have gone for a higher resolution monitor, but I was trying to save the department some money.
     
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    TheOneGreatX VIP Member

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    2560x1024 (dual 1280x1024 monitors)
    very nice, very very nice.
     
    TheOneGreatX, Feb 26, 2007
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    Core in pounce mode Moderator

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    ViewSonic G773 (17").

    Run at 1024x768, because that's the highest res the monitor supports at 85 kHz refresh rate without any issues. And I can't stand a refresh rate lower than that.
     
    Core, Feb 27, 2007
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    Goober THQ's Jester Moderator

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    22" WS
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    1680x1050
    5ms response
    700:1 contrast

    Occasionally I will run my old 19" LCD (1280x1024, 25ms) for dual monitorness of doom! Its good for emulating Vista with and watching tv shows with because its at an ideal hight/angle to view stuff while Im on my bed.
     
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    Nickweb Resident Filmaker Moderator

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    I'm running at 1280 x 800 on my 15" LCD screen at 60mhz I think, on my Compaq laptop, widescreen, baby
     
    Nickweb, Feb 27, 2007
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    Zeus Moderator

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    1280 x 1024 on my 19" LCD that I got for christmas, and I'm feeling lazy so I'll have to get back to you on what I'm running on my laptop.
     
    Zeus, Feb 27, 2007
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    1440x900 on my 15 inch MacBook Pro.
     
    Dave601, Mar 1, 2007
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    I'm running 1440x900 on a 19" Acer P191w
     
    clifford, Sep 6, 2009
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    danperteet I broke it again. VIP Member

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    1280x800. I know that's not that impressive but still.
     
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    Core in pounce mode Moderator

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    It might be time to redo this poll.
     
    Core, Sep 6, 2009
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    Maurice Bloody good bloke VIP Member

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    1280 x 1024 on Dell 19"(not widescreen)
     
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    S Walch MAME 0.64 :) VIP Member

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    1440x900 on a 19" Acer V193w, and 1360x768 on a 26" Sony Bravia TV
     
    S Walch, Sep 7, 2009
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    Ian Administrator

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    1680x1050 on a 22" LG widescreen - fantastic for gaming :D
     
    Ian, Sep 7, 2009
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    me use 1028x768 T_T but my monitor is 15 inch...
     
    rofazzz, Oct 5, 2010
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    Leapswitch Webhosting Expert

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    1360x768 on a 16" LG TFT.
     
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    Zeus Moderator

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    This poll is so out of date. I am now running 1920 x 1080 and it don't even list anything close to that.
     
    Zeus, Apr 28, 2011
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    S Walch MAME 0.64 :) VIP Member

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    Maybe this Poll should be locked and a new one created? I too am running on a 1920x1080 resolution, and I reckon a lot more people are doing now as well
     
    S Walch, Jul 12, 2011
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    Nickweb Resident Filmaker Moderator

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    Poll closed and a new one created :D
     
    Nickweb, Jul 12, 2011
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