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Ghost of Sparta
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Re: Computer Monitor Resolution

Dec 15, 2006


sony32 wrote:


aznsniper911 wrote:
^That depends how nicely the monitor is able to stretch the resolution.



I don't know if this helps but I have had my computer monitor (Current one) on a resolution of 1024x768 when its native is 1280 x 1024. Both my current and future monitor are made from the same company so could that be a good sign of how it adjust the monitor?
 
Current one looked fine on the non native resolution.

Are you buying it in store? IF so, just buy it and you don't like it return it.
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Re: Computer Monitor Resolution

Dec 15, 2006


aznsniper911 wrote:


sony32 wrote:


aznsniper911 wrote:
^That depends how nicely the monitor is able to stretch the resolution.



I don't know if this helps but I have had my computer monitor (Current one) on a resolution of 1024x768 when its native is 1280 x 1024. Both my current and future monitor are made from the same company so could that be a good sign of how it adjust the monitor?
 
Current one looked fine on the non native resolution.

Are you buying it in store? IF so, just buy it and you don't like it return it.



We are ording it online. And I wont' be able to open it till Christimas.
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Re: Computer Monitor Resolution

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^Theres no easy way to tell at all, you have to go do it at the store to see for yourself or do what I did.
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Re: Computer Monitor Resolution

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aznsniper911 wrote:
^Theres no easy way to tell at all, you have to go do it at the store to see for yourself or do what I did.



Ok thank you. I guess I will wait and go into the store tommorow and check it out.
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