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Can my video card run games maxed out, on a 22/20" or 19" lcd screen? Which would be at 1680x1050 and 1440x900 <font color="black">respectively. I want a big screen monitor, but I am worried that my videocard won't be able to run at the recommended res of the monitors. </font>
 

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Screen size has nothing to do with frames, only the resolution.<br />
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So if you can handle 1600x1200, you can handle 1680x1050<br />
and if you can handle 1280x1024 you should be able to handle 1440x900.<br />
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And yea, I think your video card will do fine <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 
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</div>I know that, but with size comes resolution. Thats what I am getting at.
 

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And a 7900GT should be able to handle those resolutions.
 

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Even if games/programs don't recognize your resolution, you can always add it via the Nvidia control panel. I had to do that with CS:S.
 
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<div style="font-style:italic">Even if games/programs don't recognize your resolution, you can always add it via the Nvidia control panel. I had to do that with CS:S.</div>

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</div>Yea i know that can be a problem, but I am wondering if my card will beable to run games at those high res's. Like running fear at 1680x1050 or what not.
 

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My setup runs perfectly fine. Every game at almost full setings...cept obvs Oblivion...<br />
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Lookit it this way...run all your games at 1600x1200 and if they can run like that...it can run 1690x1050 EASY.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">My setup runs perfectly fine. Every game at almost full setings...cept obvs Oblivion...<br />
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Lookit it this way...run all your games at 1600x1200 and if they can run like that...it can run 1690x1050 EASY.</div>

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</div>Alright sounds good. Ill test it all out once I get my video card back from eVGA. If not I guess I could just get another video card and waterblock for christmas.
 
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