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NVIDIA surround trouble

So I have 2 24 inch 2

1080p monitors and one 27 inc 1080p monitor in surround and the disconnect is horrible between them would there be a way to crop what the bigger monitor displays so there is no cut off

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Your screens are different sizes, so you can't physically expect there to be a seamless transition. With different resolutions you could possibly try DLDSR, but you have different size monitors and the problem isn't resolution. But then so do I, I got used to it after like a few days. It doesn't really matter that much. If I were to not be used to it, I would buy all same sizes.

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This is why ultrawide are popular, though personally I prefer a nice large single 4K monitor instead.

 

The colour differences between monitors also drives me a little crazy.

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