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800x600
3% (6 votes)
1024x768
23% (40 votes)
1280x1024
35% (61 votes)
1400x1120
1% (2 votes)
1600x1200
9% (16 votes)
1280 x 800
10% (18 votes)
1152 x 864
3% (6 votes)
1600 x 1024
3% (5 votes)
Other
11% (20 votes)
Total votes: 174

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Mine is weird I suppose. I currently have dual head setup, but my monitors are different sizes. One is a 17 inch and the main one is a 19 inch viewable. So, I have the one running 1280x1024 and the bigger on running 1600x1200. Together, and the way most things see it is 2880x1200.

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