What screen resolution are you using?

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i need a general jist of what screen resolution people run these days so i can assign them to any new wallpapers, to which i have two simple but effective designs planned out.

if you can give some feedback it would be perfect.

Thanks.

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Zeealex

I play at 1920 * 1080 if that helps

Anthony

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Posted

1920 x 1200 here

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Posted

Same as Anthony 1920 x 1080

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Posted

1920x1080 also.

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Posted (edited)

thanks guys! that's been a great help.

@tinker 1900x1200? never heard of that one before :P

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Posted

I wasn't kidding I was being honest if necver heard of that resolution.

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Posted

1920X1080 on one and 1600X1200 on the old CRT one.

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Posted

seems there are allot of people using 1920x1080

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Posted

Np, and there was me thinking it was the standard these days. :P

Good luck with the wallpapers.

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Posted

you're probably right, there actually, i think most PCs ship with a HD monitor of sorts.

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Once LCD monitors went widescreen, the original resolution aspect ratio was 16:10, hence most larger monitors were 1680x1050 or 1920x1200 (like Tinker's Samsung)

However with increased popularity of 16:9 aspect ratio HDTVs the last few years and most of them being 1080p instead of 720p, display manufacturers have decided to go 1920x1080 for computer monitors too

I am not too happy about it as even the larger 27" monitors are now 1080p, which is basically like a small HDTV. If I wanted 1080p I would get a 24" - if I got a 27" I would want more pixels stuffed in there, not just larger pixels. <_<

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