Hp monitor with ati 5870

Today I went to a lanshop and saw the Hp W1907. I thought its design was nice but i found out it was 19inch and could only run a resolution of 1440x990 max. I saw the W2207 version which i dun not like the turn 360 degree or 180 stuff idk. I just want a screen that can tilt up and down. So are there any similar HP monitors that tilt up and down, which can support 1920x1080 resolution? I spent so long researching and still could not find out..........
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  1. Why HP, there's lots of good brands. Most HP are not for gaming but for photo editing and stuff. Almost all the monitors can tilt up/down.
  2. HP monitors are way to expensive for home use. They are cool though.

    I would say for HD5970 and if you wanna spend a little money, go for Dell U2410.

    Otherwise a cheaper option is ST2410. Looks for the specs of both on Dell's website.
  3. The design of Hp w1907 just look so cool >.< but maybe i should stick with my first option BenQ v2220.
  4. For HD5870 you need a 24 incher man!
  5. hell_storm2004 said:
    For HD5870 you need a 24 incher man!
    Why? Isnt it alright with just a screen alittle smaller?Its still HD.Anyway whats a good gaming monitors ms?
  6. 22 inches wont do justice to a HD5870.
  7. hell_storm2004 said:
    22 inches wont do justice to a HD5870.


    Ok but is 2-3ms slow for a gaming monitor or I will need a 5 ms one?
  8. If you check the specs carefully the normal TN panels have a response time of 2ms (G2G) and 5ms on the color. That is of course what maximum monitors offer on standard. For gaming, lower response time is better.
  9. progunnerboi said:
    Ok but is 2-3ms slow for a gaming monitor or I will need a 5 ms one?


    2-3ms is faster than 5ms! So technically 2-3 is better (you can't really tell a difference, but it is). :lol:
  10. Helltech said:
    2-3ms is faster than 5ms! So technically 2-3 is better (you can't really tell a difference, but it is). :lol:

    So far HP ones have 2-3 ms while those I saw b4 have 5ms. I will check dell out also.
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