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August 5, 2013 1:26:40 PM

Which a better setup? I cant decide which to go. A 29 inch ultra widescreen monitor or a 3 24 inch monitor?

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August 5, 2013 1:31:32 PM

Well multiple monitor means you can multi task. For example if you're a Let's Play person you can have Dxtory open in one monitor and games in the other.

Whats your specs?
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August 5, 2013 1:39:31 PM

NukaB said:
Well multiple monitor means you can multi task. For example if you're a Let's Play person you can have Dxtory open in one monitor and games in the other.

Whats your specs?


No rig yet. But im waiting for the amd gpu release and i will buy my rig on nov. because im in the Philippines and i will fly back to Dubai. And i want to plan what setup im gonna do.

And the 29' monitor i might gonna buy is the Philips 29' IPS Monitor.

And for the 3-monitor setup. Suggest me a good 24-ips monitor.

Im low in knowledge in monitors. But in PC Tech stuff. I have brains :lol: 
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August 5, 2013 1:56:03 PM

you could get a large ultra wide monitor and a smaller secondary monitor for other fluff to be open on.

personally i would use an ultra wide monitor because i hate bevel seams of multi monitor setups.
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August 5, 2013 3:05:48 PM

Go for the three monitors, it will take a bit better GPU to run it but as long as you get something mid to high end, you can run games at average quality and average fps, 3 monitors you can use eyefinity which in supported games is much better than ultra widescreen, but in unsupported games you can only use one, why not try one main ultra widescreen with two others so you have the best of both worlds?
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August 5, 2013 11:51:39 PM

djlolly42 said:
Go for the three monitors, it will take a bit better GPU to run it but as long as you get something mid to high end, you can run games at average quality and average fps, 3 monitors you can use eyefinity which in supported games is much better than ultra widescreen, but in unsupported games you can only use one, why not try one main ultra widescreen with two others so you have the best of both worlds?


Well. Wallet is like an onion. When i open it. I cry :lol: 

I gonna try this somehow. Gonna buy that widescreen 1st then 2 monitors when i have cash. XD
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August 6, 2013 12:03:25 AM

This is my current monitor. Games look quite splendid on it. I only notice a bit of ghosting in Just Cause 2 and a slight bit in Crysis 3 when I aim down the sight, but other than that, nothing. It's quite fantastic for the price. The only thing I'd buy other than this one would be a 120hz or 144hz monitor. But, I'm just looking at buying a second BenQ GW2450 for now.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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November 10, 2013 9:13:23 AM

I personally have 1 crappy monitor at the moment. Im planning to get a new 22 inch monitor then later I'm going to save up for a ultra wide monitor. I would suggest getting an Ultra wide monitor plus a small monitor instead of a 3 monitor setup.
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