What has happened to GFX cards?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by cjs007, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. Agent-A01

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    1. and yet it does not even compare...
    2. So you are stating what you read online as facts? no wonder you dont belong in the tech world. spreading misinformation
    3. and again you are trying to change your words. you said and i quote "most pastes are conductive" and even if you change conductive to capacitive, that statement is still invalid.

    Your missing the point. You're the one who said your monitor did 1600x1200... in a later post you said you only found that it did 1280x1024 at 72hz.. how about you provide legit PROOF from the manufacturer instead of arguing.
     
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    Let's see if you can possibly comprehend it on the 3rd attempt....

    Again....the important part is bolded and underlined....

    As it's IMPOSSIBLE to get the information from Viewsonic, the information I posted was obtained from a 3rd party electronics repair site....that just happens to specialize in....ELECTRONICS REPAIR. They list the manufacture of the 17VH2 as starting in 1994. If you wish to e-mail Panasonic to inquire about a display they produced under a different brand name that was rebranded by Viewsonic, feel free, but I'm sure they won't provide you with any information either.
     
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    Wait man. So now your telling me that it wasnt produced until 2004?

    So wait. Why did you say it was not produced until 1994 if you did not know? And now you claim it states 2004?

    Man, you should get your information straight before posting.
     
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    The 1993 ViewSonic17 DOES support up to 1600x1200. If you dont believe me then go buy one.

    And the manual states that the pre-configured factory timings only went up to 1280x1024. It also states that it has 8 extra slots to store extra timings. Such as 1600x1200 @ 60hz. Which is what I used.
     

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    once again, proove it lol. Go buy one yourself? yeah thats called i cant provide proof and i am just going to keep acting like i know what i am talking about
     
  6. sykozis

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    wow, a typo....

    Should we go back and pick at all the completely wrong "information" you've posted claiming as fact?

    You should probably stop trolling while you're behind.....
     
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    There is no listed maximum resolution for this monitor. I will post a picture of it as soon as I get around to it. In the mean time heres the manual:

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    No where does it state that 1280x1024 is the maximum resolution of the monitor.
     
  8. sykozis

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    Actually, the manual lists 1280x1024 as being the maximum supported resolution (that's the listed labeled "Display Image Element"). Timings would be the horizontal frequency, vertical frequency and the horizontal and vertical synchronization signals. None of which relates to additional resolutions. That chart lists the supported resolutions and the timings used by the display for maximum image quality.
     
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    This is painful to watch.. But I can't look away.
     
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    At one time, it was entertaining....not so much now.
     

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    Really? Your going to suggest that it states 1280x1024 is the maximum resolution where no where in the manual does it say that and def no where that I pictured. So your just going to make it up?

    Im uploading a video of it at 1600x1200 @ 60hz.
     
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    The 590 series may have gone wrong due to high failure rates, yes i do agree but thats not where nvidia has stopped. The kepler looks promising and i wouldn't worry about the 590's anymore as i do intended to purchase it but then i changed my mind to go for a rather powerful 570 [obviously not powerful than 590] and when i stumbled upon kepler and intel's new 3770k i thought ok lets wait for it.
     
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    Obviously we're looking at 2 completely different manuals...the one you've imagined in your mind, and the 1 you've posted a "picture" of....cuz the one you posted the picture of lists 1280x1024 as the maximum supported resolution in the timing chart.
     
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    Well if you were able to read (which its sad that you arnt) you will see in nice bold black letters it says those are the factory pre-configured timings that the display ships with. Meaning they are not the only timings the monitor supports.
     
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    Resolutions and Timings are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.....can you actually read? The manual even states what "Timings" are......which I even copied for you....
     

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    wow, my old Logitech webcam has better image quality than that.....
     
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    Aww. Is that all you can come up with after losing another argument :(

    My trusty Sony Handycam from 2006. Records in good ol 640x480. With night vision if you did not notice :)
     
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    Losing? How? You can't even see what's being selected....but never applied....
     
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    Maybe you should get glasses or a new monitor? As there is no "apply" button as the 1600x1200 @ 60hz option is already applied. And you can tell clearly by how defined the screen is and how small the icons are.

    Im starting to think your just mentally retarded like a few others around here :/

    You stated the FX5900 was still a good card in 2006 - you lost.

    You stated my monitor was not produced until 1994 - you lost.

    You stated that my monitor could not go up to 1600x1200 - you lost.

    You stated that a common gaming resolution in 2004 was 800x600 - wow.

    You stated that 1024x768 wasnt even introduced until the early 90s with 1280x1024 in the mid-late 90s when even my manual states that in 1993 1280x1024 was supported. So that blew your little theory away already.
     
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