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    Dell 3007WFP Pictorial (vs. 2405FPW)

    My Dell 3007WFP arrived while I was at work today. Ordered it last Thursday, got it today.

    Compared to the 2405 FPW box (that Terry still has kickin around)


    Comparing again


    Opening it up


    First glimpse of the monitor


    The box comes apart in a really cool way! some weird plastic clips keeping two parts of it together.


    Hmm.. Good packaging I guess, if it took the damage and not the monitor.
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    Almost out of the box


    Front on, 2560x1600... yum


    Side view vs the 24"


    Peek-a-boo!


    Look at that nice stand!


    The stand is pretty awesome. Too bad it doesn't pivot
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    Haha. Looking good. So jealous

    How does it look so far?
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    Look at the ports. Not as many as the 24" :|


    Rev. A00 Made in China


    Better look at the ports


    Another shot...


    OMG so big!


    CSS @ 2560x1600 on my X1800XL. The camera picks up ghosting, but not my eyes (yet)
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    Terry took this shot.


    Hi-def Matrix (1080i)


    The rig powering the monitors...
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    hackintosh: q9300 m1@3.5 :: asus p5e-vm hdmi :: 2x2gb gskill :: 8800gts512 :: corsair hx620
    server: e8500 :: asus p5e-vm do :: 2x2gb gskill :: 6x1tb :: seasonic s12-600 :: ninja :: stacker 830


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    Here is a video showing the lag on the 2405 compared to the 3007.

    Video

    The 3007 feels *MUCH* snappier in CSS. I immediately felt the difference and went 15-2 on cs_italy for the 15 minutes I played it for.
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    Sweet monitor.

    I have to admit, I lol'ed there at the bottom. Get a case!

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    Very impressive monitor. You need to work on your case modding skills though.

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    Psh :\
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    Too poor to buy a case now!

    j/k. My P180 is under my desk. Computer is out on the table because of some hardware changes/testing I was doing.

    I'm still grinning because of the size of this monitor...

    Look, my REAL hands are as big as the ones in CS!





    As a side note, I can now run CSS @ 1280x800, 16X AF, 6X AA.
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    Awesome monitor......think I may just get one later on this year. My present monitor will be related to HTPC/2nd game rig together with my present rig. Gosh, gonna have to start from scratch.....and it's gonna cost an arm and a leg, but after seeing these pics, I think it worth it. One thing's holding me back though, and that's the native res of the Dell......only X-Fire/SLi rigs can do those insane numbers, I'd prefer to run a single card........shouldn't be a problem if dual core GPUs become the norm in the future.

    groutyzoob, you're doin' 1280x800? That's exactly half of the native res of the 3007WFP, it still looks good coz there's no interpolation, right? I run games on my Benq 30" LCD TV/monitor @1280x768 (very close to yours in terms of res) and I'm very happy with the IQ, 'course my Ultra isn't a match for your X1800XL, so my eye candy's lower....still looks sweet though.

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    I'm only going to run native res in OLD games (if it supports), or desktop.

    You are correct, 1280x800 looks great since it is 2:1. I just tried 1920x1200 and it looked fuzzy.

    Gaming is actually FUN again. I don't need to push insane resolutions (1920x1200..ahem 2405FPW), and I don't need to upgrade my video card for the time being. Spent most of last night playing CSS. I can definately feel a difference in terms of input lag. The shadowy/dark areas in the game are difficult to see, and flash bangs hurt my REAL eyes. Soo much white. D:
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    Quote Originally Posted by groutyzoob
    I'm only going to run native res in OLD games (if it supports), or desktop.

    You are correct, 1280x800 looks great since it is 2:1. I just tried 1920x1200 and it looked fuzzy.

    Gaming is actually FUN again. I don't need to push insane resolutions (1920x1200..ahem 2405FPW), and I don't need to upgrade my video card for the time being. Spent most of last night playing CSS. I can definately feel a difference in terms of input lag. The shadowy/dark areas in the game are difficult to see, and flash bangs hurt my REAL eyes. Soo much white. D:
    Yep, that makes sense since present single cards can't do those insane res with eye-candy, even X-Fire/SLi would be a stretch I think. I've been pretty pleased with 1280x768 since I'd bought my Benq, most games at native res with 4xAA/8xAF.....except for FEAR. Even Q4's pretty good at this setting......I'm torn between getting the 3007WFP or a 37" LCD TV/monitor that does 1366x768. But since I ain't in a rush, I guess I'll mull over it. 'Grats on the purchase of that awesome LCD.

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    Just break down and get a 45" LCD tv that does 1920 x 1080 with DVI inputs.

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    damn css looks great at that resolution! hmmmm how much was that 3007?? >=D
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