Super BIG Display

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    that's kind of irrelevant, isn't it? If you got a second video card on a G5 and a bunch of Dr. Bots Dviators you could hook the thing up. It would be nice, but the price is a little much....

    And then having a nice big work area/desk for that would be required.

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    Hmmm...
    Don't think we'll see drivers for those cards.

    Though people may become orgasmically happy if Nvidia, ATI, or Matrox release Apple/Open GL drivers for their workstation level cards.
     
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    Nice!

    Good for running racinggames or flightsimulaters! I want one! (maybe someone can built something like this with 4 23" hd cinema displays, or even better the rumored 30".... Just keep on dreaming (and saving :D ))
     
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    you can always just buy the monitors direct from Panavision. It's not like Go-L makes any of this stuff themselves. They just have a "Pretty" retail site.
     
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    Even if i had millions of dollars, I wouldn't buy that display.
    Their line of desktops and laptops looks very appealing though.... :D

    Holy crap... PCs are already at 3.5Ghz with 933Mhz FSB mark...
    DOH!
     
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    How many times is this website going to pop up on this board?

    P-Worm
     
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    Sorry, I never saw it.
     
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    rainman::|:|

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    yeah this is a common topic. searching for threads is a good idea, especially since there were some hard feelings about this site last time... a lot of "is it real or not" crap...

    :)
    pnw
     
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    Many more, I'm sure. But it's always fun to go drool about it. I won't complain.

    Dan
     
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    LOL ... i think it's been argued to death...
     
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    I'm waiting for Apple to release the 30" that keeps on popping up as rumors every so often. That is my dream, whereas I love my 23", the 30" would be beauty perfected.
     
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    Can you say "Overclocked"?

    The P4 is 2.40`3.20GHz - at 800Mhz FSB, anything else is running out of spec.

    http://indigo.intel.com/compare_cpu/

    -Wyrm
     
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    please, don't start this up again

    run a search for

    "This website is ripping off the look and feel of apple"

    the discussion over whether this is real or not went on for days
     

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