New monitor is soooo big

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    Windows 11 21H2 Current build
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    grimreaper said:
    z3r010 said:
    LOL

    I would build myself something like this, but the wife would kill me

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    Wow...that's awesome!
    mmmm now ur giving me ideas...tri SLi 280 GTX's using 22" WS niiice.
    my girlfriend would kill me 4 sure....
    Yeah, it's pretty nice having a 2 x 2 setup already....

    grimreaper said:
    How the heck??
    If you look across the bottom there are multiple CPUs - I suppose that there was a way to do this in the past to get a better panoramic view, but now I think you can do it just as easily with multiple GPUs....
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  2. Posts : 166
    Windows Se7en Ultimate x64
       #32

    jackdelamare said:
    I'm thinking of buying a 24", but not sure if I should wait for a touch one for Windows 7. How much was yours, and is it HD?
    I have a touch screen and haven't found anything that the new OS brings to the table over Vista. I thought Se7en was supposed to be all touchy feely?!

    eggyuk said:
    My new 24" Samsung Syncmaster 2493HM monitor arrived yesterday and boy is it huge. Only just fits on my desk. Problem is I dont know what to do with all the extra real estate I've got now. Minesweeper looks awful small and lonely on the screen.
    Know what you mean!!
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  3.    #33

    grimreaper said:
    Wow...that's awesome!
    mmmm now ur giving me ideas...tri SLi 280 GTX's using 22" WS niiice.
    Or even better 3 ATI HD 4870's using 6 28" Widescreens :)
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  4. Posts : 166
    Windows Se7en Ultimate x64
       #34

    OldSkool


    I have decided to go down the oldskool route with my monitors and do my bit for the planet by recycling unwanted monitors.

    Don't think the power consumption is so good for the environment though!
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  5.    #35

    Bellerophon said:
    I have decided to go down the oldskool route with my monitors and do my bit for the planet by recycling unwanted monitors.

    Don't think the power consumption is so good for the environment though!
    LMAO! Please make a video of you running around that trying like hell to read all the screens, hahaha :) Great post ... it even deserves rep points!
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  6. Posts : 166
    Windows Se7en Ultimate x64
       #36

    I absoulutlely love this setup - mucho respecto




    The following couple of snaps are taken from our sister Vista forum. The first is to give credit to the owner, the second, well just have a look at the monitor setup there and the specs. It made my mouth water.

    OMG - what a setup, 12GB DDR3 Dominator RAM are you serious, talk about green with envy. Anyway here are the pics...
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    SEVEN x64
       #37

    lol....... ADMIN lead the way..




    :)SK
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  8. Posts : 501
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64
       #38

    WOW?? 12GB DDR3 ...i didn't think that was possible yet??
    Last I heard they were still working on the fact socket 1366 could not support 12GB, only DDR3 triple channel RAM max 2GBX3=6GB...wow
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  9.    #39

    grimreaper said:
    WOW?? 12GB DDR3 ...i didn't think that was possible yet??
    Last I heard they were still working on the fact socket 1366 could not support 12GB, only DDR3 triple channel RAM max 2GBX3=6GB...wow
    Nah, 12GB works fine. I kinda wish I would have done it, but the 4GB chips are not worth it. Not very many people ever need more than 6GB anyways. John probably did it just to brag
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  10. Posts : 50
    Windows Vista Ultimate x86
       #40

    DiamondNRG said:
    Nah, 12GB works fine. I kinda wish I would have done it, but the 4GB chips are not worth it. Not very many people ever need more than 6GB anyways. John probably did it just to brag
    Yeah, I know I would of .

    Me: Hey, how much RAM do you have?
    Friend: 4gb, why?
    Me: I HAVE 12gb!
    Friend:
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