Good monitor?

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  1. Apollo

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    What is a good monitor to get? I'm looking for something around 19" that will work well with an ATI 9800 Pro. I don't need anything expensive like an LCD monitor or anything, I just need a good old CRT. I have looked at some Sony and ViewSonic monitors, but I'm still searching.

    Does anyone have any suggestions?
     
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    Look for a flat one. Sony makes some good ones, as does Viewsonic. Check out the Samsung and Dell ones as well.
     
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    I edited my post. :o
     
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    Yep. Viewsonic...

    [font=arial, verdana, helvetica, sans-serif][size=-1]1920x1440 maximum resolution
    Displays a maximum resolution of 1920x1440; 1600x1200 optimal resolution at 87Hz flicker-free refresh rate for easy-on-the-eyes viewing.
    1920x1440 @ 73Hz
    1792x1344 @ 78Hz
    1600x1200 @ 87Hz
    1280x1024 @ 101Hz

    Granted, you have to have a video card that will support 1920 x 1440 to use the max resolution, but after getting used to using 1920 x 1200 on my 15.4" laptop, I may have to bump miy desktop up from 1280 x 1024. :)

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