m sorry but m not too well versed on these tvs..@comp@ddict : Happy Birthday !
Sony KLV-22T550A @Rs17299(is it worth)
lynx-india.........their prices are rising.....Comp@ddict: pls tell me the source of 7.8k price of "Corsair TR3X6G1333C9 XMS3 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3-1333 Mhz RAM 1.5V" ? I deliberately need it since my dell pc supports only this model of ram.
Well DDR3 prices are rising too it seems. Tell Rahul that his site is poorly updated. Anyway, I suggest you wait till december as prices usually fall around then. Not sure if they will this time, but you wait for them to fall and grab them ASAP, like there is no tomorrow.Thanks bro for price but even Rahul is quoting it at 9.5k now. Better to buy 10gms of Gold than DDR3 at least for the present.
Okay, first of all, IMHO increase your budget to 22k as the best thing will come in that price.@comp@ddict : Happy Birthday !
What do you guys think, which LCD TV @15k(+/-2) is better. I want to replace my old CRT TV which is at its last stage.
Samsung LA22B350F2 @Rs14299
Samsung LA22B450C4 @Rs16299.00
Samsung LA22B480 @Rs16999.00
Sony KLV-22T550A @Rs17299(is it worth)
what about LG's LCD TV
M237WA @ MRP: Rs 17750
M227WA @ MRP: Rs 15750
price source: LG site
Please suggest if there is anything better. I can make marginal change in the budget, but not much; lower the better.
Also this LCD TV is for entire family to be able to sit and watch together, so better performance is also a factor(like viewing angle, brightness, contrast....)
I know about that but you can surely see the difference when comparing two TVs simultaneously. And I'm not saying it as the first feature. It's how the things popped up from my head. LED-backlit LCD TVs are expensive just because their picture quality seems to be high from a naked eye while comparing which is actually because of their high DCR.ico, DCR is not what you should be showing to anyone as the first feature. Let that be secondary please. It is merely te difference between the brightest and darkest pixel in the TV, so typically a DCR of above 10000:1 should not even be noticeable to the human eye.
Well, the performance difference between DDR2 and DDR3 is not that great anyway, unless you consider SiSoftware Sandra. The cost of DDR2 and 3 is similar, so DDR3 is the way to go. Higher latency, yes, but performance is equal and DDR3 will be mainstream soon.Somehow I think DDR3 is still an overkill for basic home and office users.
Also consider the lower power consumptions of DDR3.Well, the performance difference between DDR2 and DDR3 is not that great anyway, unless you consider SiSoftware Sandra. The cost of DDR2 and 3 is similar, so DDR3 is the way to go. Higher latency, yes, but performance is equal and DDR3 will be mainstream soon.
All DDR3 boards 785G chipsetGigabyte MA785GPMT-UD2H @ 8.4k
MSI 785GN-E65 @ 5.7k
MSI 785GM-E51 @ 4.6k
Core i7 i920 D0 2.66GHz @ 14k
Core i7 i860 2.8GHz @ 14.5k
Core 2 Quad Q9550 2.83GHz @ 11.2k
Core 2 Quad Q8400 2.66GHz @ 8.7K
Core 2 Duo E8400 3GHz @ 8.4k
Core 2 Duo E7500 2.93GHz @ 6k
Pentium Dual Core E5300 2.6GHz @ 3.5k
Pentium Dual Core E5200 2.5Ghz @ 3.3k
Where do you stay?That LG Jazz Atom is really awesome !
But you know budget is a constrain, as you can see in my siggy that I may have to buy a new pc(playing a waiting game)...
@ico: LG 26LU10UR - where is it available for 22k.
What is the viewing distance for the TV? Primary usage? Movies? Games, Channels?Also I noticed that almost all the LCD TV's, even though HD ready, are only 1366x768p, even the IPS LCD TVs(including LG Jazz Atom 26in).
Very expensive ones are having 1980x1080.
Depends on what you need. Yes, 26" will have better picture quality AFAIK.In LG Jazz Atom series the 26in uses IPS panel but 22in does not. So will this 22in be as good as the 26in IPS one?
This doesn't matter really. Check out viewing angles yourself in stores. I see on mine and it really is watchable at all the widest angles.I know that IPS has better viewing angle, but sites are listing 178/178(degree), is it true? I thought 170 degree is max.
I think OP has a budget, how can he get the 26" when some 22" models are overkill for his budget?^^Get the 26" one...and dont look at 170 or 178 degre viewing angle...no one in the right mind anywayz watches TV from such an angle...
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Phenom II X4 955 3.2GHz B.E. @ 9.1k
Phenom II X4 945 3GHz @ 8.5k
Phenom II X3 720 2.8GHz B.E. @ 6.4k
Athlon II X2 240 2.8GHz @ 2.8k -->BEST VFM(member friend bought)
Athlon II X2 245 2.9GHz @ 3.3K
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Sapphire HD5870 1GB GDDR5 @ 25k
Sapphire HD5750 1GB GDDR5 @ 9.1k
Sapphire HD5770 1GB GDDR5 @ 11k