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What Monitor or Display Do You Use?

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Started off with 6 X 1080p

[video=youtube;AhYtfSphG14]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhYtfSphG14[/video]

Now upgraded to 1 X 1440p + 5 X 1080p

[video=youtube;xKSU1CLk5U4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKSU1CLk5U4[/video]

All running without any hiccups on my 3 year old hackintosh
 
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Gigabyte X79-UD5
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i7-3930K
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GTX 960
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MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini
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Android, iOS
Seiki Digital 39" 4K!!


SE39UY04 39-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV


http://www.amazon.com/Seiki-Digital-SE39UY04-39-Inch-Ultra/dp/B00DOPGO2G


It works great!! have to do a couple little tweaks but wow for 499 shipped its nice!
Runs fine with 650Ti card


Sent this back and got samsung U28D590D it works out of the box in Hidpi mode and looks like a giant retina display in 1080p mode without screen tears or mouse lag that seiki had.
 
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ASRock H61M-VS
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i3 2100
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AMD HD7770
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MacBook, Mac mini
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iMac, Power Mac
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Android
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Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF Motherboard System Board • Model: AM0327 • Dell Part Number: 0V62H, 00V62H,
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Intel i7 4670
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Intel 4600
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iMac, MacBook Pro
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27" Apple Cinema Display. :)
 

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Joined
Apr 11, 2011
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Asus P5QL-e
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Q6600
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Ati HD5770
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iOS
Double Samsung SyncMaster 206BW 2ms
 

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I didn't read
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the RULES
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so ignore me
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My old iMac 27" late 2009 is now my hackintosh monitor, how about that? =)

I could have sold it, but honestly, between getting $800 for it and spending at least $500 on a monitor similar to it, which would have come without speakers, I thought I should keep it, and I'm happy. Not to mention it also serves as a backup computer in case things go wrong with the hackintosh AND is my shared media server.

Cons? Yep, a few:
- No brightness control as I unpaired my apple keyboard to use with the hackintosh. Fixed that by using "shades", a neat free app.
- No volume control when using it as a speaker, also, needed a SSDT to make it work. Also fixed that by enabling SSH with remote authentication and then osascript does the trick to change the volume.
- Every now and then I might have to reboot it because the target display goes crazy

Pros? Yep
- Personal media server
- Have a single computer to use with GlimmerBlocker for all our iPhones, iPads and other computers. No more adds in the house
- serves as a BT or long downloads computer. Since the iMac is about 99% silent, it is just on 100% of the time
 
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Windows
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EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti SC
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iOS
I use an ASUS VG248QE 24 inch 1080p at 144Hz Refresh rate. The animations in OS X look crisp and speedy.

asus-vg248qe.jpg
 
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