View Poll Results: What monitor size do you use?

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  • LCD

    217 29.05%
  • CRT

    52 6.96%
  • 19" and smaller

    151 20.21%
  • 20" - 23"

    319 42.70%
  • 24" - 26"

    215 28.78%
  • 27" - 29"

    50 6.69%
  • 30" - 35"

    46 6.16%
  • 36" - 49"

    36 4.82%
  • > 50"

    18 2.41%
  • Rock and chisel

    12 1.61%
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  1. #281
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    24" but looking to upgrade to 27" 2560x1440 soon.
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    Added a 24" Soyo monitor that I got for $40 shipped plus repair to replace faulty caps. With 24" 1920x1200 in between the 2 existing 21" 1920x1080 I have really wide view. The extra wide view came in handy when I wanted to run prime95 to test my overclocked dual Xeon rig (24 processes)

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    Trying to expand 24 little windows over a single monitor would have been quite hard.

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    A 19" for watching TV while surfing on the 17". I just have to figure out how to keep Media Center from capturing the cursor when in full screen mode.
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    Triple 24's.
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  8. #288
    22" Samsung 226BW. It's about 5 years old and still rocking...but I am getting antsy. Trying to decide between a 27" or a pair of something else.
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    I don't know what I posted before but here is the current setup 2x 20" 4:3 and 1x 30" 16:10


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    2x 25" HP 2509b on my main rig and a lone 20" HP w2007 on my 2nd PC - looking to replace this unit with a bigger monitor though..the DVI port crapped out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BossBorot View Post
    I don't know what I posted before but here is the current setup 2x 20" 4:3 and 1x 30" 16:10

    Very cool setup

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    BenQ 22" 1920x1080 G2222HDL LED (backlit).

    Great little monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BossBorot View Post
    I don't know what I posted before but here is the current setup 2x 20" 4:3 and 1x 30" 16:10
    Which keyboards do you use and with what keys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4GHZ_or_bust View Post
    Added a 24" Soyo monitor that I got for $40 shipped plus repair to replace faulty caps. With 24" 1920x1200 in between the 2 existing 21" 1920x1080 I have really wide view. The extra wide view came in handy when I wanted to run prime95 to test my overclocked dual Xeon rig (24 processes)
    That is an insane deal. I'm going to have to learn how to fix monitors. How did you know it only needed new caps?

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    I have deal 22" acers, I just mounted them on a dual screen stand so now both the screens line up perfectly.

    Even though multi monitor stands can be a bit pricey they really improve the feel of the work area, as when it was just 2 screens standing on a desk they would always end up out of line, having them mounted in a screen stops me from acidently missaligning them, I have had multi monitor set ups since 2007 and since adding the stand yesterday this is the first time a dual screen set up has felt complete. I plan to adjust the stand to make the screens a bit higher but over all I am very happy with it.

    this is the stand for any one interested: http://www.scan.co.uk/products/scanf...inity-scalable


    I'm on my tablet in the living room right now but I will post some pics when I go up stairs

    edit: some pictures added, I didnt realize how untidy my desk was till I took the photos.

    I'm thinking of adding bias lighting but I am not sure how effective it will be with a black wall behind the screens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    Which keyboards do you use and with what keys?
    From left to right:

    Genovation 682U: Came with Blacks modded to ghetto reds` painted black w/ black pbt engraved keycaps. Used for macro keys and shortcuts depending on the application.

    Filco Ninja 10keyless: Came with Browns modded to ergo clears' w/ black pbt engraved keycaps. I used ghetto reds in the arrow keys as I didn't see the benefit of tactile keys in that region.

    Filco Bluetooth 10keypad: Came with Browns modded to ghettos reds` logo painted black w/ black pbt engraved keycaps. Imported from Japan with MIAHALLEN's help.

    ` (Black stems with blue/brown springs to make them the same as mx reds in all but color)
    ' (Clear stems with blue/brown springs to make a more tactile but equally light weight key compared to browns)

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