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I just bought a Samsung LED monitor, BX1931N which supports 1366 x 769. What video card can best support this maximum resolution. I heard NVDIA 6600GT can support this monitor.

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Hi. Just about anything that Nvidia or AMD has out will support your monitor. Their graphics cards support many differernt resolutions. The price you pay really depends on what you want to do with the computer. If you just want to do basic things then a low end card would be good for you. If you wanted to do more graphically intense things with your computer then the video cards can get really expensive. I hope you find one that you like.

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