What is your screen resolution in 2024?

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What is your screen resolution?

Poll runs till Tue Dec 31, 2024 7:42 am

1080p (Full HD)
20
36%
1440p (QHD)
22
39%
2160p (4K)
14
25%
 
Total votes: 56

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24" 1920 x 1200 PC - the only sane aspect ratio (shame they don't make those panels bigger than 24")

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43" UltraWide 3840x1200 (@100% in Windows of course).

I chose not to go 4K, so many apps still can't handle scaling.

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gnu23 wrote: Mon Jun 24, 2024 4:30 pm320 x 240
:hihi: rocking the palm pilot!

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2x 27" 2560x1440

I don't think I'd gain much from going to 4k for music production. Bitwig works really great with this dual screen setup.

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Same here 2X 27" 2560x1440 (Dell S2721)

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_leras wrote: Wed Jun 26, 2024 2:18 am
gnu23 wrote: Mon Jun 24, 2024 4:30 pm320 x 240
:hihi: rocking the palm pilot!
Nah thats VGA mode used a lot back in the day for games and demos.
Soft Knees - Live 12, Diva, Omnisphere, Slate Digital VSX, TDR, Kush Audio, U-He, PA, Valhalla, Fuse, Pulsar, NI, OekSound etc. on Win11Pro R7950X & RME AiO Pro
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27" 4K and a small 21.5" 1080p
MacMini M2 Pro . 32GB . 2TB . . Bitwig Studio 5.2…+…Push 2 driven by Moss……Softube.. everything

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34" UWQHD (3440x1440) @ 125%.

i really don't like it, but am too poor to justify ditching it so soon... i miss having two smaller monitors.

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4k 32" @ 150% (=1440p), sometimes I switch to 200% scaling (=1080p) because I feel tired from small fonts and graphics. GUI is also snappier at 200% scale.

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5K (Apple Studio Display)

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What is the difference between 4K 200% scaling and native 1080? I see there are a lot of people who are using scaling so I am trying to understand why would you buy an expensive 4K monitor instead of going for 1080?
It's easy if you know how

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Lesha wrote: Fri Jun 28, 2024 4:42 am What is the difference between 4K 200% scaling and native 1080? I see there are a lot of people who are using scaling so I am trying to understand why would you buy an expensive 4K monitor instead of going for 1080?
For me, there are some advantages over the native 1080p. First, it is more flexible, so if I want to use 150% scaling instead, I can.
I use 4k resolution for most modern games out there, so this is the second advantage.

The downside though is that some old synths and instruments, like Reaktor and FM8, are not clear with Hidpi scaling, so they look blurry. So, if you use mainly old VSTi the 1080p is the best. Otherwise, most of the synths and instruments I use look great with any scaling :)

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Four 24" monitors with 1920 x 1200 resolution which effectively gives me 4k.

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32“ monitor @ 1440 x 2880.
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."
-Martin Luther King Jr.

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My screen resolutions are pretty decent in 2024... better than 800x600...

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