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Windows 7: 23inch versus 27inch

15 Nov 2011   #11
sunnyimran

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

Any large screen monitor, when I will use it as PC monitor, I have to make a sitting arrangement nearer (no matter how large is the screen ) so I can read text, see icons, distinguish objects so I must not be far away from screen. should stay at or nearer my desk for sevral things, writing, mouse access, acess to any other material on my desk. working on PC is different than watching movie/ playing games. To watch movies, playing games etc. I can have more farther distance from my screen. I do'nt have

I believe at my sitting arrangement 27inch will show items upsized at same resolution so more rough visual experience. Yeah for games/movies on 27inch I can see smoother at little more distance.

I am then thinking of keeping at 23inch x2 ( 2nd monitor later) instead of 27inch.

Also for a perfect photographic experience my buddy recommending for IPL over TN or wait for new advancements.

But please suggest some better graphic card for me. Current card in use mentioned above SAPPHIRE HD6450. Again asking, big monitor 20inch+ needs better graphic card? recommend from ATI and nVidia both.

thanks folks


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15 Nov 2011   #12
Zepher

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

You don't need a better card for a larger monitor, you need a better card if the resolution goes higher.
Example, 27" 2560x1440 will need a better card for gaming since there are 3.6 Million Pixels, 30" 2560x1600 has 4.1 Million, and a 70" 1920x1080 monitor only has 2.1 Million Pixels.
So size doesn't matter, pixel count does.

I put an Nvidia GT240 into my nephews computer and it works great for light/medium gaming. some games like Crysis 2 had to be run at 1280x720 since 1920x1080 was too much for the card, but it was only a $35 card.
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15 Nov 2011   #13
sunnyimran

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

offered 27inch also has same max resolution as current 23inch. I will stick with 23inch.


This is my third ATI graphic card in use in chain.

This is SAPPHIRE HD 6570.

somehow I am not much pelased with it now, can somebody suggest similar or little upper nVidia in that class?
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15 Nov 2011   #14
Zepher

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

I try to only recommend cards that I have personal experience with.
ATI 5770 is a decent card, not sure if the 6770 is the same, better, or worse though. ATI/AMD did a downgrade from the 5850/5870 to the 6850/6870 line, but I recommend the 6850 and 6870, which can be had for around $150, if you are spending close to $200, then I would recommend the 6950 for a tad over $200.
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15 Nov 2011   #15
sunnyimran

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

SAPPHIRE 6850 is in focus for me at the moment. But EVGA geforce gtx 550Ti is also same price range.

Both 1gb DDR5




I need damn good still graphics, and best viewing experience. light to moderate gaming. occasional still and video editing.


Now which one? SAPPHIRE 6850 or EVGA geforce gtx 550Ti ?
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15 Nov 2011   #16
Zepher

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

either one will probably suite your needs fine.
The Sapphire supports 3 monitors, if you ever need to run that many.
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16 Nov 2011   #17
sunnyimran

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

yeah usually I used to dig resources a lot before I buy a digital gagdet.
This time it became urgent need when my working XFX-HD 4350 dies suddenly and I went to buy a graphic card wihtout research/reviews on net. Returned back home with SAPPHIRE HD 6570 and Samsung 23inch LED monitor.

First thinking to exchange the deal with 27inch LED paying more bucks. But I realized it wouldn't be feasible for my case. same resolution at same distance on more upsized monitor would not be better viewing pleasure. Also I feel technology I bought is not yet perfect specially for big monitor. edge LED only rest is same. move your head and colors/quality change.

I will change this monitor when I got the things I want in some other monitor some day.


Now planning to exchange Graphic card from SAPPHIRE HD 6750 or 6790 or 6850. I expect big perfomance improvement moving from HD 6570 to ( 1gb ddr3) to hd 6750( ddr5 igb). nVidia is in similar price tag as 6850 but 6850 seems more effecient so far on the net.
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