1920x1080 is marginal depending on what you are doing. As to the monitor, there are hundred of them out there, some as low as $100 and some as big as 60"
Just pick one that has an HDMI or DVI-D interface on i, is the size you want, and get the required cable. Samsung works well for me,
Sorry if I’m being stupid and missing the obvious but every monitor I can find the specs for has a minimum vertical refreshrate of over 50Hz!
I’ve tried 12 monitors None of the them would work at 1920x1200 24Hz
I could get a picture on all of them if I dropped resolution and upped the refreshrate to over 50Hz
A Hannspree TV worked at 1920x1080 24Hz but the picture was fuzzy with every setting we tried.
n.b. The dell U3011 has in its manual: Vertical scan range 56 - 86 Hz But I know someone who has had it running at 1920x1080 24Hz!
If you are able to name one or two models that do work that would be great!
As I said, the -xM is not very 1920x1080 of 1920x1200 friendly. I cannot name any models that I have seen that work. Othersmay have had a different experience.
I think most Full HDTVs can do 24Hz.
I never tried, but I think its a good test anyway.