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Poll on multi-monitor setup!


Just curious what people use. I am mostly a media watcher or content creator, not really a gamer.

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I use 3 monitors and I love it! I thought it wouldn't be a huge improvement over two, but I was way wrong

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i use tripple and i curve them in not sure on angle but barly fits my old desk in storge atm with moving

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Very slight curved on the two outer monitors

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I use 3 monitors and I love it! I thought it wouldn't be a huge improvement over two, but I was way wrong

How are your monitors set up? I am thinking of going bezel-free and making it look more like one giant screen.

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Curved. It's a bit awkward to have them all flat, as then you look at the outside monitors at an angle.

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7680x1080 ftw. and side by side curved a little bit but not much

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Curved but I can't tell you the angle, I just put them where I feel like they should be

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How are your monitors set up? I am thinking of going bezel-free and making it look more like one giant screen.

Looks something like this http://3dvision-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/3d-vision-surround-test-setup.jpg

 

But every single monitor I have is a different size. Sure it doesn't look super clean, but it works perfectly :)

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Slightly curved, outer monitors cover the bezel of the middle monitor otherwise they wouldn't fit on my desk.

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I think if you're gonna curve the monitors (which you should) you should have them on arms with VESA mounts so you can move them out of the way if you're working.

 

But if you're Linus and can dedicate a desk just to gaming then curved is best.

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I use the curved monitor setup with my the two side monitors at a 25 degree angle. If I'm at my workstation I have 3 monitors but one on one desk each spread out among 3 desk so I have it all organized between coding, 3d animation and rendering, and whatever else I need. 

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i have my monitors at a very slight curve because the arm wont allow any more of a curve lol 

 

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