Post your resolution

Discussion in 'General Computer Chat' started by WeatherMan, Apr 2, 2015.

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What resolution is your screen?

  1. 4K

    4.2%
  2. 2560 x 1440

    4.2%
  3. 1920 x 1080

    66.7%
  4. 1280 x 720

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. 1280 x 1024

    8.3%
  6. 1024 x 768

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Other

    20.8%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. WeatherMan

    WeatherMan Active Member

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    Don't think there's been a thread like this with a poll for ages, and I'm interested in what the average resolution is in 2015 among the forum!

    Post/Vote away :)
     
  2. voyagerfan99

    voyagerfan99 Master of Turning Things Off and Back On Again Staff Member

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    I run two monitors on my desktop; one is 1920x1080 and the other is 1680x1050 (you forgot to list that one - it's a major one you know :p)
     
  3. Shane

    Shane Super Moderator Staff Member

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    My 2x monitors.

    LG 1920x1080 120hz LCD 3D Capable(main)
    LG 1920x1080 60hz IPS (secondary)

    Does the job for me,Eventually il upgrade to a single Ultra widescreen monitor but its not important right now,Il keep using my existing setup till they die or i get an extremely good deal.
     
  4. z3r0

    z3r0 New Member

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    1280x800
     
  5. WeatherMan

    WeatherMan Active Member

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    I don't remember all the resolututions, I'm too old school now, or not informed haha! Anyway I can add that to the poll?
     
  6. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    My primary monitor, on the right, is a 24inch Asus at 1080p. My secondary used to be my primary and is an older HP 20inch at 1600 x 900.
     
  7. Okedokey

    Okedokey Well-Known Member

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    3440 x 1440
     
  8. Geoff

    Geoff VIP Member

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    Poor people stuck on only 1080p :p
     
  9. spirit

    spirit Moderator Staff Member

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    1080p on one of my desktop monitors (1280x1024 on the other), Surface Pro and ThinkPad L540. :)

    Wouldn't want any higher on the Surface or the ThinkPad.
     
  10. silv55

    silv55 Member

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    What you talking about bro: people stuck on only 1080p?

    you talk as most content on the Web is more than 1080p,

    you would be lucky if most content on the web is 720p.

    i don't think you get payed content with more then 1080p!
     
  11. Darren

    Darren Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah you're definitely a bit behind. Youtube supports up to 4K now and so does Netflix, although it's only on TV's at the moment I think. This is just the beginning. 4K will become pretty standardized in the next 5ish years I'd wager.

    https://help.netflix.com/en/node/13444

    I'd prefer high frames at 1080p than lower frames at 1440p. Most games I play at the moment probably would run fine at 1440p but that also involves buying another expensive monitor. I just got this 1080p one in the past couple years.
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2015
  12. tylerjrb

    tylerjrb Member

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    Mine is a 4k 2160x3840. Its the only monitor I use.
     
  13. salvage-this

    salvage-this Active Member

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    3 displays. 4960x1600
     
  14. LinuxTester

    LinuxTester Member

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    My primary monitor is an 1920x1080 LG LED.

    My second monitor is an 1330x733 Turbo-X LCD.
     
  15. linkin

    linkin VIP Member

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    Samsung S23A750D. 120hz & backlight strobing built into the monitor. No need for lightboost hack.
     

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