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(Costco) Samsung 27" Class Curved FHD Monitor $140; 32'' $160

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Samsung 27" Class Curved FHD Monitor

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60 Hz Refresh Rate
FreeSync Technology
4ms Response Time
3000:1 Contrast Ratio

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https://www.costco.com/samsung-27...85079.html

32''
https://www.costco.com/samsung-32...16413.html
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Picked up the 32". It is TERRIBLE. The resolution is so bad for a monitor this size. The icons on the desktop are enormous and apps like chrome are too big. I even tried to create a custom resolution with Nvidia control panel and it did not look good. Need a better resolution on a monitor this size.
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1920x1080 Resolution
60 Hz Refresh Rate
FreeSync Technology
4ms Response Time
3000:1 Contrast Ratio

Was 199.99

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Picked up the 32". It is TERRIBLE. The resolution is so bad for a monitor this size. The icons on the desktop are enormous and apps like chrome are too big. I even tried to create a custom resolution with Nvidia control panel and it did not look good. Need a better resolution on a monitor this size.
That's kinda odd, i have one of the 32's and the icons are not big.... do you maybe have the scaling set to like 150% or something? my Win 10 machines do that automatically when i plug in larger screens and I have to downsize it each time. The scaling is set independent of the resolution, not trying to say you don't know or are incorrect but just figured I'd throw it out there since I know mine do it automatically.
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That's kinda odd, i have one of the 32's and the icons are not big.... do you maybe have the scaling set to like 150% or something? my Win 10 machines do that automatically when i plug in larger screens and I have to downsize it each time. The scaling is set independent of the resolution, not trying to say you don't know or are incorrect but just figured I'd throw it out there since I know mine do it automatically.
thanks for this info. i picked up a new Dell, being delivered today, so I will double check that setting. thanks again!
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