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PostPosted: 30 Nov 2012, 22:34 
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The WSGF recently posted a site survey, to help direct us as we move the site forward in our 10th year. We followed that up with a few additional questions, and we've collected those responses here. With just a week of being live, the second survey collected 125 completions.

Thanks to everyone who took time for this second survey.


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PostPosted: 01 Dec 2012, 01:33 
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In regard to benchmarking, I think that 3x1920x1080 is close enough to 3x1920x1200 (and their respective bezel corrected resolutions) that one benchmark should be able to cover them all. Maybe do a single test to see how much performance difference the 10% pixel difference imparts, and then from that point on just have a disclaimer that performance at the other resolution will differ by about X%.


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PostPosted: 01 Dec 2012, 17:25 
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Timobkg wrote:
In regard to benchmarking, I think that 3x1920x1080 is close enough to 3x1920x1200 (and their respective bezel corrected resolutions) that one benchmark should be able to cover them all. Maybe do a single test to see how much performance difference the 10% pixel difference imparts, and then from that point on just have a disclaimer that performance at the other resolution will differ by about X%.

Genuineness think alike, eh? I'm doing this exact thing. I've done the benchmarking for a Bezel vs Non-Bezel article. I only have one 1920x1200 panel in the house, so I'm planning to do an article on the difference between those resolutions on single screen.


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