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Looking for new professional monitor

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February 13, 2013 10:03:57 AM

I almost built quite powerful workstation, now I started to look on new monitor.
Generally I need it for 3D work, video editing print and other multimedia work.

Till now I have been working with 20" samsung syncmaster 206bw. I like this monitor cos it is 16x10 aspect ratio, I really love this aspect ratio (16x9 I think is too wide for working). Its only has 1680x 1050 pixels tho. It's reaction is 2ms, but didn't noticed any different from 5ms or even 8ms if honestly..

What I need:

I love to have 1920x 1200 pixels (again 16x10)
In my workstation will be Quadro 6000 video card so I would love to try Nvidia 3D vision pro (don't know if I really need that but it will be cool feature to try)
Matte screen surface would be great too.
Don't need speakers, USB and other useless junk in it :) 
Only thing Im thinking about is buy TV tuner, but i think its best to buy it separatly, don't know on this, advice.
I think Nvidia vision needs 120 Hz so this is important to me too.

Is there are such monitor? Or I just have to sacrifice 3D vision for this resolution 1920 x 1200?

There is some monitor gamma related issue as I heard working with 3D and linear workflow but I didn't get in to it cos I was working with monitor that I already have and didn't want to buy new one. Comment on this one too if anyone has experience on it (I think this is important if I do printing to match print and what is display on monitor). Don't know for shure tho, so if its looks stupid just ignore it :) 

Waiting for your opinion and advices ;) 

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a b C Monitor
February 13, 2013 10:23:22 AM

Hi,

As far as I know there is no 1200P 120Hz monitors, so you'll either have to go for a 1920 x 1080P 120Hz screen for 3D vision or 1200P (or 2560 x 1600) for 16:10 ratio.
February 13, 2013 10:43:46 AM

Rustyy117 said:
Hi,

As far as I know there is no 1200P 120Hz monitors, so you'll either have to go for a 1920 x 1080P 120Hz screen for 3D vision or 1200P (or 2560 x 1600) for 16:10 ratio.



There are 2560 x 1600 120hz monitors? Please write it name here. Tho I dough it

Have anyone tried 3D vision? Its is usable in 3D max or other 3D programs?
a b C Monitor
February 13, 2013 10:47:34 AM

3Dgeo said:
There are 2560 x 1600 120hz monitors? Please write it name here.
Thanx.


No, sorry maybe I wasn't clear before.

When I said 2560 x 1600 I was giving an example of a 16:10 display, not a 120Hz display.
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