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I'm doing a dual or tri monitor setup with a 25.5 or 27 1920x1200 in the middle flanked by 17" 1280x1024 or 1440x900 (with 25.5, 27 respectively), but this is depending on whether or not the displays must match up in a pixel perfect manner meaning 1920x1200 next to 1024x1280 much better than 900*1600 assuming they are close in size. Do the number of lines of pixels on each abutting display need to match closely?
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    No, the pixles do not need to match up. I could have a 800x600 display next to a 1920x1080.
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    It would look best if everything was the same size though.
    Edit: now with a picture :)
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  3. paperfox said:
    No, the pixles do not need to match up. I could have a 800x600 display next to a 1920x1080. )


    i have a 23" inch (16 / 9) 1920 x 1080 next to a 17" inch (4 / 3) 1280 x 1024 and it is alright. i have no problems with this setup.
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