View Poll Results: Which Screen Resolution are you using?

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  • 800x600

    7 9.86%
  • 1024x768

    27 38.03%
  • 1152x864

    4 5.63%
  • 1280x1024

    17 23.94%
  • 1400x1050

    1 1.41%
  • 1600x1200

    5 7.04%
  • Other

    10 14.08%
  • Don't know

    0 0%
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  1. #1

    Screen Resolutions

    Which Screen Resolution are you using?

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    1024x784, da bomb!

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    1280x1024 for the win.
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    320x240 :p

    Just kidding, I'm using 1024x768. Anything larger on my monitor and I have a hard time reading it.

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    800x600
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    1280x1024 on 19" monitor. Coulden't live without it!

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    1400*1050 on my laptop.
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    1280x1024 on my 21" monitor. I wouldn't want the resolution any higher as things would be too small.

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    1152x864, the highest resolution on this monitor with a 75Hz refresh rate, which is much more important than the resolution itself.

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    1024x784

    The text that you have entered is too short. Your post much be atleast 10 characters long.

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    1600*1200 on my desktop.

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    1024x784
    Seems to be about right for this Philips 109S and my eyesight.

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    1024 x 768 I like it best.

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    I use 1680 x 1050 resolution

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    1024x768 32bit color

    Sadly I'm still using a 15" screen. Even though my video card could smoke these settings away.
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    1280x1024 on a 17inch lcd, would love one capable of 1600x1200
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    1680 by 1050
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    1024x768, though i would use higher if I had a bigger monitor.

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    1920x1080 on my Inspiron 6000. Lower resolutions don't look as nice.
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    1280 by 1024 on the laptop.

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    Mine is now 1024x768 but a few minuted ago it was 600 x 400 because my gfx card was screwed up but I have now fixed it
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  23. #23
    1024x768, i guess most sites are built to this resolution so i use as its the best for me!

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    2560 x 1024

    Two monitors, side by side

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    1024X768 in my laptop with 14 inch screen for Windows and MEPIS linux. On my desktop with 17 inch CRT monitor I use 1024X768 in SuSE linux, but 800X600 in Windows.

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    1280x800 Widescreen Laptop

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    800/600 here.
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    Currently Im using 1024x768, although I may switch to 1152x864 after just trying it out and not thinking it too bad.

    What boggles my mind though is how anyone can use 1280x1024 or higher. Everything is simply too small, and too much a strain on ones eyes.

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    well i am on samsung 15" LCD so using 1024x768. I may upgrade to 17" and have 1280x1024 in future.
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    Currently 4800x1200 which is really feeling kinda cramped in all honesty and joking aside. I can't wait until I find a way to get back up to 6400x1200 without breaking my new desk. Glass looks cool and all, but man is it not very good at holding weight.
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    Currently 4800x1200 which is really feeling kinda cramped in all honesty and joking aside. I can't wait until I find a way to get back up to 6400x1200 without breaking my new desk. Glass looks cool and all, but man is it not very good at holding weight.
    You should take a screenshot, and a photo of your setup.


    i'm running 1280x1024

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    1280 x 960 just ok with my viewing pleasure.
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