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Do you know if a Radeon x200 series can support a monitor with a resolution of 1680x1050 or a monitor with a resolution of 1400 x 1050.
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It's usually not the card that you need to worry about on that score, more whether the monitor can cope with such a resolution.

Most modern cards can usually go as high as you like or need to, though there wouldn't be much point if you have an older monitor. Usually the monitor is able to tell Windows what resolutions it supports and then it won't let you go any higher than that.
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Well I know I have a 21" monitor and have the ATI x800xt wich has a little trouble running EQ2 at 1600x1200res.......hope that helps some


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It's usually not the card that you need to worry about on that score, more whether the monitor can cope with such a resolution.

Most modern cards can usually go as high as you like or need to, though there wouldn't be much point if you have an older monitor. Usually the monitor is able to tell Windows what resolutions it supports and then it won't let you go any higher than that.


well thats the monitor resolution. that is what it runs at.
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