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Ten high resolution wallpapers in the following aspect ratios: 5:4, 16:9, 4:3

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Mkilbride
Mkilbride

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No 1440p, or 1600p?

High resolution my arse. :P

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Derranged
Derranged

And how many people use $700 - $1500 Monitors? Not as many... I see your point though :)

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Mkilbride
Mkilbride

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I don't use a 700$ monitor.

Mine was 555$. It's a S-IPS, 27'', 1440p, 120HZ monitor. It has no scaler, so low response time and little input lag.

For about 320$ you can get a normal one, without the 120HZ. They use the same panel as a Dell U2711 or a Apple Cinema Display. For alot less. They are the rejects, A- Panels, but people have compared the two, and unless you sit 30 cm away from the monitor, you can literally not see the dead pixels. Some have backlight issues.

There's a plethora of them, but I wanted 120HZ, so I sprang the extra cash.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-YAMAKASI-CATLEAP-Q270-SEi-27-LED-S-IPS-2560X1440-WQHD-6ms-DVI-D-PC-Monitor-/140853868709?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item20cb8b78a5

One of the best purchases I've made. Such a cheap price, I paid 369$, 4 years ago, for my 24'', TN.

I put them side by side...and like...wow...it's stupid, I can never go back to TN. The colors on this, it's an 8-bit panel...

It's absurdly awesome...1440p has double the pixels of 1080p, so it is a large upgrade. The color accuracy makes it worth it the most, I think. Colors show what they really are...TN panels are often 6-bit, dithered to 7-bit, not displaying more than 256,000 colors. This is true 16.7M colors.

I was on a website, that for years, I thought was white. Turns out, it was grey. Lol.

As for how many people use them? Tens of thousands, I'd say.

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SPAAAARTAAAA
SPAAAARTAAAA

talking2much

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nadarko
nadarko

TL:DR

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Dieger
Dieger

great..NOW GIVE ME THE BETA!

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