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DELL 2007FP vs the 2007FPW

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Now that I've put the Samsung 204B saga behind me (had an RMA refund due to sparking green dots), I'm in the market (again) to pick up a suitable gaming monitor (my 213T is unsuitable for gaming).

Many of you on this forum rave about the 2007FPW (widescreen), but my GC will not do the 1680x1050 resolution.

For this reason I need a 1600x1200 monitor.

So, how does the 2007FP (non-widescreen) compare to the 2007FPW version? The 2007FP is spec'ed at 16ms, just like the 2007FPW.

Any thoughts?
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Your video card can do 1680x1050, it supports any resolution under 2048x1536.

This the one you have?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814143046
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Your video card can do 1680x1050, it supports any resolution under 2048x1536.

This the one you have?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814143046
That is the one I have. According to the spec sheet (and also what I can actually select via software), for DVI it can only do up to 1600x1200. Analog can go up to 2048x1536.

Now - it does say that DVI supports up to 1920x1440 @ 60Hz for displays that support "reduced blanking", but I'm not sure if the 2007FPW has that, and what it means to game response time.

Edit: This is going to seem very n00b, but I called BFG and they say that 1680x1050 is no issue (since as you would expect its actually less pixels than 1600x1200). Since I've never had a WS monitor I did not realize that the GC will read the "ED-ID" from the monitor and will detect that 1680x1050 is a valid resolution and will thus make it available from the control panel. Looks like I'll be looking at the 2007FPW or the samsung 204BW!!! yay.
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