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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote alphaecho4386 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Sep 2008 at 8:38am
pics won't load? bummer they seem to work ok, they are really big though.

it's a pretty good monitor for the price, it seems to color shift alot though so i gotta look right center, i think it's because i sit waayyy to close though.
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What I said was there are no dead pixels -- the picture is good on it. I mean. it was at 1280x1024... ish... which is what my 19" is set up for... so i switched them for like 10 mins just to see how it looked.. and it looks good.
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lol, thats some low res computing. I just did a monitor switch myself. I realized, albeit for a while, that i was just looking at my monitor at an angle and off center, which was causing the weird color shift.
Ive got a 22" wide screen and a 17" one next to it, the difference is night and day.
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