The restriction these days is very much on the TV end rather than the card. I can't think
any card released in the last two years that can't do 2560 X 1600 (WQXGA) on the desktop
(i.e. 2D rendering) which is far higher than the Full HD standard of 1920 X 1080. In fact
the HDMI standard won't transfer anything higher than full HD so that would be another
bottle neck to consider with WQXGA requiring dual DVI outputs to work.
find most good 27" - 30" monitors will run at a WQXGA resolution and they will give you
more real estate as it were than a 32" HD TV even through the screen itself is physically
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