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Monitor Ingram Micro 1770 A/Mg 17" TFT-LCD

I have lost the manual for my ingram micro 1770 monitor how can I find out the best screen resolution

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Hey dude i have the same monitor the best resolution is 1280X1240 @ 60HZ

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wez

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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