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MR R32
06-01-07, 03:48 AM
I haven't been using dual-monitors for about a year now, but I just came across a site which made me want too:

http://www.vladstudio.com/duals/

Considering 2 x Mac cinema displays now.. Hmm.

Mike.V?!
06-01-07, 04:17 AM
Nice link. I picked up some great dual screen wallpapers from here:

http://www.mandolux.com/

scathing
06-01-07, 07:23 AM
What if you have quad monitors? :P

Justin Fox
06-01-07, 08:59 AM
I have dual. Always have had duals ever since I got into design. Artwork on one screen, palettes on the other.

wilch
06-01-07, 09:34 AM
I have dual. Always have had duals ever since I got into design. Artwork on one screen, palettes on the other.

same

FLEX
06-01-07, 09:50 AM
oh yea ... always running duals !

Middle Man
06-01-07, 12:03 PM
Ken Oath!

http://www.members.optushome.com.au/cmty/garage%20056.jpg

:lol:

felixR
06-01-07, 12:36 PM
Dell 24" FTW! :P :P

just had to say that hehe

2GU UP
06-01-07, 01:33 PM
the 22" i got is plenty
actually dual 22" would be even better hmmmmmmmmmmmm :D

[ekkY]
06-01-07, 02:41 PM
anything over 21" and dual is like widescreen LoL

Justin Fox
06-01-07, 11:42 PM
My 22" is feeling small now. I want a 30" mac screen so bad.

MR R32
07-01-07, 01:09 AM
My 22" is feeling small now. I want a 30" mac screen so bad.


2 x 30?

Go on.. You know you want too...

Middle Man
07-01-07, 08:47 AM
LOL

I've got a 32" in my room (TV) that although looks MAD when using it as a computer screen.........its just TOO big :lol:

RaYmO
07-01-07, 11:34 AM
I recently bought a 32" LCD tv to use as a replacement monitor... Its just too big!

MrThanh
07-01-07, 12:26 PM
the resolution on those 32" LCD TVs wouldn't be too decent for use as an everyday PC monitor though would it? Th dot pitch would be huuge

nam
12-01-07, 02:12 PM
Nice link. I picked up some great dual screen wallpapers from here:

http://www.mandolux.com/

Best.

franks
16-01-07, 11:47 AM
always loved dual screen, developers really need it!

how about Unreal Tournament 2004 on dual 24" dells?

http://www.wikiupload.com/file_store/upload_1/90971589545ac120a29440.JPG


or picture in picture and picture in picture? hahaha

http://www.wikiupload.com/file_store/upload_1/37471830045ac122746b40.JPG


hehe, btw, this is my room mate's setup. one 24" is enough :)

van
31-01-07, 06:09 PM
Freaking wish I could run dual. My video card is some ancient piece of crap AGP card that doesn't support dual monitors. And because my motherboard will only take AGP cards, I'm screwed for choice. I can get a 256mb card at the most, and I want more than that. Gonna have to build a new PC.

wilch
31-01-07, 07:47 PM
Freaking wish I could run dual. My video card is some ancient piece of crap AGP card that doesn't support dual monitors. And because my motherboard will only take AGP cards, I'm screwed for choice. I can get a 256mb card at the most, and I want more than that. Gonna have to build a new PC.

not true :)

http://www.pacstarcomputer.com.au/index.php?productID=3325

7600GS 512MB AGP

That store is located in Epping too. So if you're in Sydney it's easy to get to.

Also is there any reason you need 512MB??
I got the 7600GT 256MB. Currently the best bang for your buck in AGP cards.


http://www.pacstarcomputer.com.au/index.php?productID=3419

van
31-01-07, 09:24 PM
Oh wow, nice! I think I'll get that!

I'm a graphic designer - specifically print - and I work with some pretty massive files. I've already got a gig of RAM, and I'll be getting another gig soon. But I want a good solid vid card too.