1080p crt monitors?

do crts goes that high res?
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  1. Yes, but of course that depends on the monitor model.
  2. not 1080p, only 1080i
  3. Yes! A lot of CRT monitors can display 1080P.There a lot of CRT's that can display as high as 1440P or 1600P and im not talking about 60hz im talking 100HZ!.The thing is they cost a lot to manufacture so finding one isnt that easy.But if you do find one they are one of the best Gaming monitors money can buy.
  4. If youre in the market for such a monitor is suggest you take a look at Sony FW900.Monitors dont get much better than that.
  5. the only ones i found are 600, with a 1080p sony like that exact one is is a bit blurry like 480p crts? or does it look like real 1080p off a lcd?
  6. There are no CRT monitors made in the last 10 or 15 years that are 480p. Are you talking about TV quality maybe? An old TV that you send a higher resolutoin signal will be blurry and shaky but not a computer monitor that is even close to modern. Even a cheap 15" CRT should be 800x600 resolution which is a lot higher than 480p.

    CTR monitors look crisper at all resoltions than any LCD, LCD monitors/TVs really only good good at he native resolution, a CRT scales well at any resolution.
  7. I have a Philips CRT that can run at resolutions as high as 2048x1536 at 80 Hz, but I run it letterboxed at 1920x1080 at 60 Hz. Any CRT that is capable of displaying a resolution of 1920x1440 at 60 Hz or greater is definitely capable of displaying 1920x1080 at 60 Hz. However, to get games to display properly at 1920x1080 at 60 Hz on a CRT monitor, you will have to perform an EDID override. Here's instructions on how to perform one: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/7947-force-dvi-hdmi-resolutions-refresh-rates.html
    Also look at the 4th post on this page if you get confused editting values in Phoenix: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/7947-force-dvi-hdmi-resolutions-refresh-rates.html
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