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Ok, I just sold both of my SSD's because I'd rather have Eyefinity than faster boot times. (Also want to take advantage of my beast video cards)

The only problem i'm having is deciding which monitors to get. I was either gonna get a 120hz monitor or 3 identical 21.5'' monitors for Eyefinity.

Recommend me some monitors & explain why. They also gotta be compatible with VESA mounts.

The 21.5'' monitors I was looking @ are the new Asus VS Series.
http://promos.asus.com/US/VS248H-P/index.htm#specs
My budget is around 450$-475$.

Thanks & +rep for helpful input.
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Would appreciate some help

Planning on buying the monitor tonight.
Thanks!
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Just had this long explanation typed out and then firefox crashed. yay!

Short version:
  • Eyefinity sucks:
  • not supported in many games.
  • Side screens are distorted because games have one camera rather than three angled correctly for each monitor.
  • novelty wears off and you're left with three bad TN panels

Go with 120hz for 2d gameplay
  • Cheaper
  • gives you the ability to go 3d if you want to
  • you will see real world differences in every game you play (no tearing, no ghosting, smoother play)

Go with the Alienware OptX AW2310 3D or the Asus VG236H (or the LG that uses the same screen as the Asus). The alienware is better overall and when it goes on sale for ~349 it's the best 120hz you can get for the price. Refurbished or open-box is cheap too and still carries a warranty.
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I'm running Eyefinity right now with my sig setup. Fun to use in BFBC2, TF2 and other Source games. Those new Asus models look nice.

Another reason why I have Eyefinity is for the workspace. Good if you're using alot of programs at the same time.

You could try looking at this LG LED Ips screens for $15 more than the Asus model. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824005230

Has adapters for VESA mounts though there are mixed reviews about it.
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SilenTxR's suggestion of the 21.5'' LG monitor appears to be quite good (especially with the IPS panel).

An alternative might be the Samsung 2333T. Its main advantage is its larger 23'' size and $150 per monitor. Its C-PVA panel has better colour and viewing angle (both factors are relevant when doing a 3-monitor setup as the 2 side monitors will usually be at angle to your eyes) than a TN panel but not as good as an IPS.

Samsung 2333T
http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0356536
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SeanPoe View Post
Just had this long explanation typed out and then firefox crashed. yay!

Short version:
  • Eyefinity sucks:
  • not supported in many games.
  • Side screens are distorted because games have one camera rather than three angled correctly for each monitor.
  • novelty wears off and you're left with three bad TN panels

Go with 120hz for 2d gameplay
  • Cheaper
  • gives you the ability to go 3d if you want to
  • you will see real world differences in every game you play (no tearing, no ghosting, smoother play)

Go with the Alienware OptX AW2310 3D or the Asus VG236H (or the LG that uses the same screen as the Asus). The alienware is better overall and when it goes on sale for ~349 it's the best 120hz you can get for the price. Refurbished or open-box is cheap too and still carries a warranty.
I don't have nVidia I also wanna stay with ATI.

Quote:
Originally Posted by SilenTxR View Post
I'm running Eyefinity right now with my sig setup. Fun to use in BFBC2, TF2 and other Source games. Those new Asus models look nice.

Another reason why I have Eyefinity is for the workspace. Good if you're using alot of programs at the same time.

You could try looking at this LG LED Ips screens for $15 more than the Asus model. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824005230

Has adapters for VESA mounts though there are mixed reviews about it.
Those actually look very nice. Would you recommend those instead of the new Asus VS series? & whats so good about IPS monitors? I thought those are only good for veiwing pictures.

Quote:
Originally Posted by windfire View Post
SilenTxR's suggestion of the 21.5'' LG monitor appears to be quite good (especially with the IPS panel).

An alternative might be the Samsung 2333T. Its main advantage is its larger 23'' size and $150 per monitor. Its C-PVA panel has better colour and viewing angle (both factors are relevant when doing a 3-monitor setup as the 2 side monitors will usually be at angle to your eyes) than a TN panel but not as good as an IPS.

Samsung 2333T
http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0356536
I just got rid of my Samsung monitor (P2370HD) Looking for something with thin bezels so theres less space in between.

Thanks to all & +rep! Keep them coming So far its between the LG monitors & Asus VS.
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Asus is the best low end monitor maker IMO. You will most likely not be disappointed with their monitors if you choose to go that way

EDIT: THough silents IPS screen looks very good too for the price. Take that rather than asus, it will make the colors of the asus look washed out, dull, and such. The LG will have better picture quality in general. So I'd greatly recommend that

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Originally Posted by SeanPoe View Post
Just had this long explanation typed out and then firefox crashed. yay!

Short version:
  • Eyefinity sucks:
  • not supported in many games.
  • Side screens are distorted because games have one camera rather than three angled correctly for each monitor.
  • novelty wears off and you're left with three bad TN panels

Go with 120hz for 2d gameplay
  • Cheaper
  • gives you the ability to go 3d if you want to
  • you will see real world differences in every game you play (no tearing, no ghosting, smoother play)

Go with the Alienware OptX AW2310 3D or the Asus VG236H (or the LG that uses the same screen as the Asus). The alienware is better overall and when it goes on sale for ~349 it's the best 120hz you can get for the price. Refurbished or open-box is cheap too and still carries a warranty.
Have you used eyefinity on your own machine for a few months? No? Then why are you saying this? First of all, no, eyefinity IS supported in 95% of games. I remember one OCNer tested like 200 of the major games out there today, and I counted 3% not working even with fix, 6% not working without fix. That gives you an idea how many work.

The distortion is not bad if you only focus on the main screen, using side screens as peripheral, as eyefinity is supposed to be used. In the end, three different camera angles would be WORSE than the distortion because of the inmperfect image scaling. Though, some other FOV scaling methods might work better, but those aren't really used anywhere.

Novelty does not wear off, of course depending on your displays. Eyefinity is not as good the larger the display you have. Over 24" and it gets kinda useless because your peripheral can't see the side monitors anymore.

And yes, you are left off with three bad TN panels. But the situation is not as bad as that statement makes it seem, as these displays will make gaming feel somewhat more freeing and desktop work ever so much better. (I don't know anyone who JUST games)


And 120hz is very nice, but should only be considered if the guy feels like 60hz is an annoying thing in his current monitor. Otherwise it will not be a real upgrade to him and the "novelty will wear off quickly". Choosing 120hz will end him up with too little desktop space and gaming will be far from as immersive. On the same budget, he could also take a look at IPS monitors, but that is not a wise option for him either, from what I gather.





In short: Eyefinity = lots of desktop space, very immersive gaming, hard to run ------- 120hz = easier to run, smoother gameplay, most likely won't be as fun while gaming, desktop space very limiting.
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Have you used eyefinity on your own machine for a few months? No? Then why are you saying this?
I typed that statement from my computer using eyefinity. I've had this setup for well over a year.

That's just my experience with it anyway. The novelty might not wear off for some people but it did for me. Especially because I'm using a single graphics card and so i was basically forced to drop all of the settings to medium/low if i wanted to maintain 45+ fps in demanding games.

I realize almost every game title can work with eyefinity but you have to actually download fixes, edit game files, etc to get them to work properly. This could take anywhere from five minutes to an hour to get the games to work. Even then the UI will, more often than not, be placed on the two side monitors (which is extremely annoying) or the UI will just be misplaced in general. Even worse is some online games like starcraft 2 (and soon diablo 3) do not allow eyefinity for online play.

Like i said, firefox crashed when i was typing my original response up where i went into more details. That was basically just a "TL;DR" version.

I just prefer having higher/maxed graphics with no screen tearing and no ghosting.
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Yes, but it's always better to clarify that it's your preference instead of spouting out "NO GO"

Yes, I would agree. The performance is quite horrible with eyefinity. My 5870 is not up to the job at 5760x1200. But that's mainly the worst thing about eyefinity.
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I can vouch for the pic quality of the IPS226v, Have the 23 inch model and it didn't let me down. might actually sell my PX2370 to get another 1. Stupid Nvidia surround dun do different brand monitors.
    
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