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i want to get two-three monitors for my pc, however i dont like the black plastic border around the edge of the monitors being inbetween each monitor are there any monitors out there without the plastic border around the edge or a very small border?
post #2 of 5
other then doing stripping them of their shells and mounting them side by side, your always going to have the borders.
    
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Alot of people take off the plastic parts and cover the metal underneath in tape. Also you can put the edge of one monitor behind another one, so that the gap is only the width of one border. I know samsung makes a triple monitor setup with a very small bezel. But since its samsung it costs lots of money. (about 3000)
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Get a 3 screen setup so the cross hair/pov is always in the middle of one screen.
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At first I thought the bezel's would drive me crazy as well, but after gaming on three monitors for a few months now, I don't even notice them anymore.
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