Are there any 2560 x 1600 monitors bigger than 30" ?

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    Default Are there any 2560 x 1600 monitors bigger than 30" ?

    Are there any 2560 x 1600 monitors bigger than 30" ?

    Best (price resonable ) 30" I've found is the Dell 3008WFP:
    2560 x 1600
    117% of the NTSC color gamut
    8 ms response time
    3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
    Height adjustable
    Seven connection options: VGA, DVI-D recorder with HDCP, HDMI, S-Video, Component, Composite and DisplayPort

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    Default I would stick to the standard 1920 x 1080 resolution

    To answer your question, the answer is no. I have never seen a monitor larger than 30" at that resolution. The resolution your going for is only attainable through dvi, has hardly any industry support and if you scale the screens resolution, it will become blurrier than if that were your native resolution. Also you have to have an extremely good video card while playing games.

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    displayport also supports 2560x1600.

    If I were you Id get 3 screens and a ati 5000-series card and do it eyefinity style.
    (or if your wallet is big enough and your brave enough, a dual card setup with 6 screens)

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    Wink Maybe nvidia 3d vision is within your interests?

    Instead of getting such a high resolution monitor you should go for nvidia 3d vision and get a large 1080p dlp tv to hook it up to. that would provide a better gaming experience than just three normal monitors strung together. Assuming this monitor is for gaming...

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    So your saying 3D vision is better than a 7680x3200 screen?

    Just get screens with thin borders and your good to go

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    Talking It all depends on your preferences

    Personally I would want a 60" 3d screen more than a bunch of screens with an excessivlly large pixel count and borders in between. But your probably right about what he wants though

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    That Dell monitor is $1500. You're better off getting a 26" NEC if you're actually concerned about quality.. but if quantity is all you care about then there are cheaper 30" Screens..

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    The are 28"ers on new egg for about $320, hans spree I believe. they dont excite videophiles, but gamers seem really happy with them, only 1920x1200 though.

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