My mistake, it's the NEC Multisync FE750+, at 337$ CDN.
http://www.nmvap.com.sg/product/nec/msfeplus/msfe750pls.htm

As far as displays go, I will go flat screen once the OLED panels become available.
For 337$ & it's clarity at 1600x1200, the Nec FE750+ is still a real great buy.  I
personally still use all of my Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 2020u.  At 1100$ CDN, I have
yet to see a better 2048x1536 22 inch screen which is flat as a table top with text
as crisp as LCD screens.

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Brian Guralnick
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Comedy clips:
ftp://ftp.point-lab.com/quartus/Public/MP3/Simpsons-FatFingers.mp3  -53K
ftp://ftp.point-lab.com/quartus/Public/MP3/Simpsons-Moe-LieDetector.mp3  -166K
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Karavidas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Protel EDA Forum" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 9:50 PM
Subject: Re: [PEDA] Nvidia graphics card users


|
| Isn't the NEC 4FG a  15" tube? Do you have a link to show me what you're
| talking about?
|
| Have you ever seen the monitor properly connected?
|
| I'll never go back to tubes. Not after seeing bright, razor sharp text. No
| more focusissues, convergence issues, pincushioning, etc...
|
| Tony
|
|
|
|
| > -----Original Message-----
| > From: Brian Guralnick [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
| > Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 6:15 PM
| > To: Protel EDA Forum
| > Subject: Re: [PEDA] Nvidia graphics card users
| >
| >
| > What a piece of junk.  Get the Nec Multisync 4FG 17 inch natural
| > flat + super bright
| > for 475$ CDN.
| > ____________
| > Brian Guralnick
| > ------------------------------------------------------------------
| > -------------------
| > -------------------
| > Comedy clips:
| > ftp://ftp.point-lab.com/quartus/Public/MP3/Simpsons-FatFingers.mp3  -53K
| > ftp://ftp.point-lab.com/quartus/Public/MP3/Simpsons-Moe-LieDetecto
| > r.mp3  -166K
| > ------------------------------------------------------------------
| > -------------------
| > -------------------
| >
| >
| > ----- Original Message -----
| > From: "Tony Karavidas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
| > To: "Protel EDA Forum" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
| > Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 7:48 PM
| > Subject: Re: [PEDA] Nvidia graphics card users
| >
| >
| > | Oh, and I forgot to say Costco has the Sylvania 17" LCD
| > monitors for $500
| > | now. I have them on my Mac and Win2000 machine.
| > |
| > | Go buy a pair..tell you boss..do what you can.
| > |
| > | Tony
| > |
| > | > -----Original Message-----
| > | > From: Andrew Jenkins [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
| > | > Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 4:24 PM
| > | > To: Protel EDA Forum
| > | > Subject: Re: [PEDA] Nvidia graphics card users
| > | >
| > | >
| > | > On 07:05 PM 2/15/2002 -0500, Andrew Jenkins wrote:
| > | > >On 11:58 AM 2/15/2002 -0800, Tony Karavidas wrote:
| > | > >
| > | > > >Matt Pobursky wrote:
| > | > > >>I'm wondering if Nvidia has cracked the Win2K dual monitor/dual
| > | > > >>resolution thing or if it just works with Win9x/WinXP (like
| > | > > >>everyone else but Matrox). I've got a Geforce2 GTS card with dual
| > | > > >>head outputs I'd love to use with Win2K and dual monitors.
| > | > > >As I understand it, it's only the Geforce 4 cards, and the MX
| > | > based cards.
| > | > > >I'm not sure if the Geforce2 GTS is included. I may be wrong.
| > | > However, the
| > | > > >card I have is roughly $60 now. Dirt cheap.
| > | > >
| > | > >
| > | > >Any and all Nvidia Twinview capable boards are supported, under
| > | > Win9x, 98, 2000, and XP. This includes the original MX (my card,
| > | > not an MX2 as I originally reported), MX2, MX200, MX400, and any
| > | > other flavor which has dual output capability and uses an NVidia
| > | > GEForce chipset.
| > | >
| > | > Oops, forgot to mention Win ME and NT4, both of which are
| > also supported.
| > | >
| > | > I would like to note one thing that users should take into
| > | > consideration before enabling dual-resolution. For those of you
| > | > with older cards (such as original MX users like myself), you
| > | > will find that bandwidth limitations of the hardware itself will
| > | > limit some capabilities, once dual-resolution is enabled. I
| > | > believe that it's because when the heads are treated as
| > | > independent devices, the secondary head hasn't enough "kick" left
| > | > to perform as well as it does when it is simply an extension of
| > | > the primary driver.
| > | >
| > | > I'd be interested to hear from those of you with newer cards to
| > | > verify my suspicions, if you have a TV card or the like, which on
| > | > my system no longer (only when dual-res is enabled) will operate
| > | > at full 30fps on the secondary monitor (works just fine if I run
| > | > in with single resolution). If you have an MX400 or other, newer
| > | > NVidia Twinview card and have installed the 27.2 (or above)
| > | > driver, and you're running a TV card or similar on the system,
| > | > please let me know if you experience the same problem, or whether
| > | > it "goes away" with the faster card...As I noted in an earlier
| > | > post, I'm completing the specification of a new workstation for a
| > | > client, and with the emrgence of NView, I think that I'd prefer
| > | > to stick with an NVidia card, but I'm not sure whether my
| > | > assumption regarding secondary monitor/"device" performance is
| > | > valid or simply wishful thinking...
| > | >
| > | > aj
| > |
| > |
| > |
| >
|
|

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