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    Ati X1900XT enough for 1680x1050?

    I'm thinking of buying a 22' LCD monitor and was wondering what kind of performance drop I would see from my usual 1024x768 and 1280x1024 resolutions with a 512mb X1900XT? (Oblivion, FEAR, HL2, Stalker, etc)

    I'd be interested to hear from any of you who have upgraded in a similar way.

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    Have a gander at the TH VGA Chart.

    It'll do pretty damn well as it's comparable to the X1950XT that I went from a 17" standard to 22" widescreen with and I've not had any problems at all so far.

    To give you an idea I can run CSS, BF2142 and FEAR all maxed out with AA and it's smooth as silk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightshadowUK View Post
    Have a gander at the TH VGA Chart.

    It'll do pretty damn well as it's comparable to the X1950XT that I went from a 17" standard to 22" widescreen with and I've not had any problems at all so far.

    To give you an idea I can run CSS, BF2142 and FEAR all maxed out with AA and it's smooth as silk.
    Hi nightshadowuk...cheers for the feedback...looked through the vga charts a few times...my card seems quite high up the list as i thought..good news that those games run smoothly too.

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