What's you native desktop resolution?

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#1

So what is it? Also what refresh rate do you run?

Im runing 1280x1024 @ 60Hz.

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#2

1024x768 @ 85Hz


#3

Pushed the wrong button but same as above, 1024x768 at 85hz so add one and subratct from less then 1024 etc :slight_smile:
21" monitor, I like to actually see my icons without a lot of fuzziness and eyestrain.


#4

1280x960 @ 60Hz


#5

800x600 :frowning:


#6

1280x1024 @75Hz Driving a 19" Video 7 - MDA display


#7

1024x786 @ 85Hz

I honestly can’t imagine working with a 60Hz refresh rate. Doesn’t that tire your eyes?


#8

1024x768 @ 85Hz, the only proper one


#9

1280x1024 @ 75Hz


#10

Normally 1280x1024 @ 75Hz

At present though,

1600 * 1200 @ 72Mhz :slight_smile:


#11

1152*864 85hz


#12

Same here on a 19" monitor


#13

Im on a 17" Belinea. Only run it @ 60Hz purly cos it won’t go any higher @ this resolution!

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#14

1024x768 @ 85Hz


#15

1280 x 1024


#16

1152x864 @ 100hz , on a 21" Intergraph (CRT) … :eek: :eek: :eek:

with an ASUS 6600 GT TOP (PCIexpress 128MB) :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:

And if You wonder why I don’t go for a higher resolution
(and more adaptable !) it’s because I prefer a “firmer” picture onscreen -
less irritating for the eyes ! :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:


#17
  • Main rig
    Primary: 1280x1024 @85Hz DVI
    Secondary: 1280x1024 @85Hz Analog
    ATI 9600XT on dual Dell Ultrasharp 1704FPV

  • 2nd rig (wife)
    Primary: 1280x1024 @85Hz
    Secondary: 1280x1024 @85Hz
    GeForce4 MX 4000 on dual 19" Dell CRT

  • 3rd rig: 1024x768 (son1)

  • 4th rig: 1024x768 (son2)

  • 5th rig (server): no monitor. :slight_smile:

  • Laptop: 1400x1050 @60Hz


#18

I had no resolution to put any native on my desktop, so I can’t report anything of consequence here. LOL!!! :bigsmile:

Actually, 1024X768 @ 60Hz


#19

17" LCD - 1280x1024@70Hz


#20

I actually don’t use anything less than 75Hz. The most I can use with my Samsung 17" is 1280 by 812 @ 85Hz, which I sometimes put to 1280 by 896 @ 75Hz.