Originally Posted by leakyfaucet
Well the reason I asked is because my card can do at least 1600x1200, and the newegg link says the max resolution is is much less.
Well, just 'cause the monitor's resolution is lower than your video card's maximum supported resolution doesn't make it bad--mostly you'll want to choose the proper sized monitor with good quality--I think the Sceptre that someone linked to earlier appears to be a good quality. I'd say that more important than native resolution is contrast ratio and response time. At the time being, response times are all faster than we need them to be--but contrast ratio is what dictates the best image quality from monitor to monitor--the higher the better. And 2000:1 AR is pretty much top-notch these days. Don't worry too much over maximum resolution matching...as long as your card is powerful enough for the monitor, that's all that matters.