I don't quite understand what you mean here. LCDs and plasmas have fixed resolutions and cannot output anything below or above that - they will scale the screen accordingly. CRTs could display at least as low as 320x200, otherwise they wouldn't be IBM PC compatible (you couldn't enter the BIOS or see the initial bootup screen and so).most screens don't output below 512x448
Yeah, but PC monitors have high definition screens and run at 31KHz, feeded with low resolutions they just give a 'huge square pixels' feast.Don't know about what LensLarque said, my old Samsung CRT could run any game in any resolution I threw at it, including nonstandard ones like 640x512. I didn't even need PowerStrip or any other apps, since the nvidia driver allowed for custom resolutions.