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Old 07-28-2008, 12:47 PM   #1191
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No no no you have it all mixed up.....I was calling YOU the stalker O.o *na naaaaaa*

me? stalker? how could you.... :P well i just think we have the same great taste of technology
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Old 07-28-2008, 12:50 PM   #1192
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me? stalker? how could you.... :P well i just think we have the same great taste of technology
That is quite a possibility....Besides, who couldn't be drawn to such a sexy monitor? With it's clean glass edges....smooth piano black finish.....22" of pure uberness...*drool*
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Old 07-28-2008, 12:52 PM   #1193
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My CRT pwns that monitor.
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Old 07-28-2008, 12:56 PM   #1194
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My CRT pwns that monitor.
That comment makes me want to bash your head in with the big box my awesomesauce monitor came in, but I wouldn't want to hurt the box either....so I will just use your failboat of a monitor instead ^_^

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Old 07-28-2008, 12:57 PM   #1195
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Do you really want me to tell you why CRT > LCD? because if you want, I can...

Besides, my monitor weighs 60Ibs, I'm pretty sure I could bash your head a whole lot quicker
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Do you really want me to tell you why CRT > LCD? because if you want, I can...
Sure go ahead, because I know it isn't ghosting. The awesomesauce monitor doesn't ghost.

EDIT: LOL wow I didn't even see the comment under that. I guess I was so focused on the comeback to the first part of it....but to counter the second part...

I will be much more agile with a lighter weapon, therefore dodging your bloated attacks with speed and grace, while pwning.
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Old 07-28-2008, 01:04 PM   #1197
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OK, here goes:

- CRTs can achieve much higher refresh rates at higher resolutions. I can run 1920x1440 @ 85Hz on my 22" CRT, don't tell me you LCD can do that.
- Like it or not, LCDs do still have a response time, however small it may be, CRTs do not suffer from this drawback.
- I am not limited to my native res, I can comfortably run 1600x1200 or 1920x1440, and not have a skewed image.
- CRTs have a much better contrast ratio, as well as colour depth and richness.

There are more but I think you get the point...
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OK, here goes:

- CRTs can achieve much higher refresh rates at higher resolutions. I can run 1920x1440 @ 85Hz on my 22" CRT, don't tell me you LCD can do that.
- Like it or not, LCDs do still have a response time, however small it may be, CRTs do not suffer from this drawback.
- I am not limited to my native res, I can comfortably run 1600x1200 or 1920x1440, and not have a skewed image.
- CRTs have a much better contrast ratio, as well as colour depth and richness.

There are more but I think you get the point...
-I don't have as high of a res, but I don't need 85Hz, or at least I don't see why I would.
-Yes, the response time is so miniscule that I can't even see it, so what difference does it make?
-Why would I want to run at a lower res? And, as long as the res is still in the same aspect ratio, I don't have a skewed image
-I am not taking you as a lier, but do you have any sources to back up your last statement?
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OK, here goes:

- CRTs can achieve much higher refresh rates at higher resolutions. I can run 1920x1440 @ 85Hz on my 22" CRT, don't tell me you LCD can do that.
- Like it or not, LCDs do still have a response time, however small it may be, CRTs do not suffer from this drawback.
- I am not limited to my native res, I can comfortably run 1600x1200 or 1920x1440, and not have a skewed image.
- CRTs have a much better contrast ratio, as well as colour depth and richness.

There are more but I think you get the point...
I regret selling this old 21" $400 CRT I owned. My dad bought so he could do some high res displaying in Virtual Reality. Sold it for $25 lmao. This was before I was into computers btw.
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That is quite a possibility....Besides, who couldn't be drawn to such a sexy monitor? With it's clean glass edges....smooth piano black finish.....22" of pure uberness...*drool*
o yes...it is by far a sexy monitor. its simply a work of art


BTW: i think Worshipme needs to check the specs on our monitors. They are simply out of the water. CRT couldn't compare :P
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