What monitor resolution is best for my GPU?

My GPU is a 1gb GIGABYTE Pre-clocked GeForce 460

What is the highest Monitor Resolution Could I get?
I'd like a 20-26 inch
If anyone can recommend a nice one please
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  1. That depends on game, settings,etc.

    I'd say you should be able to play older games like CSS @ 1920*1080 with full details and newer games like Crysis at about 1680*1050 @ mid-high details.

    For the sake of HD, get the biggest size LCD that you can and have a resolution of at least 1920*1080 or so. There really is no point in getting a lower res LCD imo.
  2. For a single LCD monitor (excluding those used for advanced applications like medicine, oil exploration, etc.) the highest resolution would be 2560x1600. The only monitors with that resolution are 30-inch monitors.

    There are 27-inch LCD monitors with a resolution of 2560x1440.

    For 26-inch LCD monitors most would be 1920x1200 or 1920x1080.

    For 23-24-inch LCD monitors most would be 1920x1080 a small number are 1920x1200.

    Look for LED back-lit S-IPS panels as a first choice, LED back-lit S-PVA panels second, anything else last.
  3. Can someone reccomend a nice monitor at around 200? I'm currently looking at

    ASUS VH226H Black 21.5" 2ms(GTG) HDMI Widescreen 16:9 Full HD 1080P LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 1000:1 (ASCR 12000 : 1) Built in Speakers

    http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236051
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    Look for LED back-lit S-IPS panels as a first choice, LED back-lit S-PVA panels second, anything else last.

    By the looks of it, the OP is a gamer, therefor, IPS is not really needed. The Classic TN's will do fine imo.

    As for that ASUS LCD, it looks good.
  5. Gamers 4 LIFE!!
  6. hey wait, theres a sale on NCIX on this monitor
    BenQ E2420HD
    http://ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=45037&vpn=E2420HD&manufacture=BenQ&promoid=1053

    That or the ASUS?
  7. I don't have much experience with any new BenQ LCDs, so can't comment on that. I've used quite a few ASUS/Dell/HP/Acer LCDs and they all worked fine. YMMV.
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