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Hey, I was wondering, on an lcd, do you need to run it in its native resolution, or do they display fine under that. For example, I'm looking at a samsung 24" widescreen lcd monitor and the maximum and recommended resolution is 1920x1200. If I go lower than that is the quality of the picture going to take a hit? Another question I have, when I'm looking for a lcd monitor what do I want to look for in terms of specs?(Pixel pitch, brightness, response time, contrast ratio) And also, Is this samsung 24" widescreen a good monitor?
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    Hey, I was wondering, on an lcd, do you need to run it in its native resolution, or do they display fine under that. For example, I'm looking at a samsung 24" widescreen lcd monitor and the maximum and recommended resolution is 1920x1200. If I go lower than that is the quality of the picture going to take a hit? Another question I have, when I'm looking for a lcd monitor what do I want to look for in terms of specs?(Pixel pitch, brightness, response time, contrast ratio) And also, Is this samsung 24" widescreen a good monitor?


    You always want to display at native resolution if at all possible. *Some* lesser resolutions may appear OK, others will be terrible. You just have to try and see.

    All of the 24" are medium-high end and are very good, but they won't have the fastest response time. If you want fastest, look for a 19" with a TN panel... like the Viewsonic VX922.
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