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My actual resolution in 3x1 portrait is 3840x1920 (bezel managed 3x 1200P) exacly 2:1 and I'm really loving it. I've had another set of 3x1050P panels all of then portrait capable but never wished to try portrait, never before your triple 120hz... Well I like it so much i decided to do the bezel mod (and my monitors have yet 4.5 years of waranty left) I really don't mind to damage my 2:1 ratio, acually I really want to reduce it by reducing as much as possible the bezels in my case I'll go from 28mm to 8mm bezels. Another nice thing about portrait is that I'm liking it with the three panels without any angle so I'll just wall mount then with 3 x $12 vesa wall mount supports.
@update... are those bricks? the fresnel support will add stability to the overal structure? I know those things are heavy but this way it isn't inspiring confidence at first sight. Another thing, how you deal with the ergonomic factor of over eye line monitors. I have reduced drastically my horizontal head tilt but the vertical tilt had increased vastly. Add to that the weight of an D2000 over my head for 8h+ when I'm reading it really starts to sore...

I have gotten used to a more vertical scan with the monitor being over-eye-line. Although I still have the center point of the monitor far below by eye-line for the more natural slightly downward gaze that human eyes prefer. When I am reading web pages or playing a game, I keep what I am reading or the center cross-hair in that easier to view slightly below eye-level position.


On another note: the setup is very sturdy and secure. When you have almost 100 pounds sunken down into rubber isolation feet on each set of mounts with the center of gravity far behind the front two supports. It would take literally someone running into it to knock them over, which would apply to any display setup. Let's just say it would take many more times the force to knock one or more of these displays over versus a regular LCD and OEM stand sitting on the desk. It's just one of those things that pictures don't do justice. If you were to view the setup in person and push/pull the monitors, you would see how sturdy they are. Come on guys you think I am retarded enough to have almost $4000 in FW900's just blow over in a slight breeze? smile.gif

Also, the picture is playing tricks on straight lines in regards to the desk. The desk measured with a T-square is completely flat. This stainless steel desk is far stronger than I could hope for. I think I could fit another three FW900's weight on here without a problem. wink.gif
    
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Can you please tell me what lcd monitors are used in the picture with the blue owl desktop background. and how much modding did you need to do to get them like that. thanks tongue.gif
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Can you please tell me what lcd monitors are used in the picture with the blue owl desktop background. and how much modding did you need to do to get them like that. thanks tongue.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1143724/3x-120hz-eyefinity-portrait-setup
    
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I have gotten used to a more vertical scan with the monitor being over-eye-line. Although I still have the center point of the monitor far below by eye-line for the more natural slightly downward gaze that human eyes prefer. When I am reading web pages or playing a game, I keep what I am reading or the center cross-hair in that easier to view slightly below eye-level position.
On another note: the setup is very sturdy and secure. When you have almost 100 pounds sunken down into rubber isolation feet on each set of mounts with the center of gravity far behind the front two supports. It would take literally someone running into it to knock them over, which would apply to any display setup. Let's just say it would take many more times the force to knock one or more of these displays over versus a regular LCD and OEM stand sitting on the desk. It's just one of those things that pictures don't do justice. If you were to view the setup in person and push/pull the monitors, you would see how sturdy they are. Come on guys you think I am retarded enough to have almost $4000 in FW900's just blow over in a slight breeze? smile.gif
Also, the picture is playing tricks on straight lines in regards to the desk. The desk measured with a T-square is completely flat. This stainless steel desk is far stronger than I could hope for. I think I could fit another three FW900's weight on here without a problem. wink.gif


Hahaha..heres a pic of Vega playin on his setup
http://www.esperino.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Neck-Stretch-BF3.jpg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1&v=u6l4dAHKL-E

Vega bricks are for noobsl! I know I showed you before, but you should have gone with an exotic water mount setup like I did with my portrait a750s. Everyone knows that water is the strongest force on earth biggrin.gif
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v725/l88bastard/Thepowerofwaterandleverage.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v725/l88bastard/crush2.jpg
Edited by l88bastar - 3/16/12 at 11:39am
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Hahaha..heres a pic of Vega playin on his setup
http://www.esperino.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Neck-Stretch-BF3.jpg
Vega bricks are for noobsl! I know I showed you before, but you should have gone with an exotic water mount setup like I did with my portrait a750s. Everyone knows that water is the strongest force on earth biggrin.gif
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v725/l88bastard/Thepowerofwaterandleverage.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v725/l88bastard/crush2.jpg

Haha those aren't just ordinary bricks. They are topped with a special NASA developed synthetic Acrylonitrile Butadiene Carboxy Monomer specially developed to secure in-place and withstand the intense pressure associated with the FW900. biggrin.gif
    
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This is coming along nicely thumb.gif Vega you should post a pic of your rig, I'm curious to know what you're using to keep that 2700K cool at 5.2 GHz. Air? Water? Disassembled air conditioner? biggrin.gif
 
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Haha those aren't just ordinary bricks. They are topped with a special NASA developed synthetic Acrylonitrile Butadiene Carboxy Monomer specially developed to secure in-place and withstand the intense pressure associated with the FW900. biggrin.gif

Checkmate! Well then I have Water, you have Earth....so whos got fire?!?

Lmao and I wanted to get this video in my last post before it was possibly quoted....lol its my favorite BF3 Vid
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1&v=u6l4dAHKL-E
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Haha those aren't just ordinary bricks. They are topped with a special NASA developed synthetic Acrylonitrile Butadiene Carboxy Monomer specially developed to secure in-place and withstand the intense pressure associated with the FW900. biggrin.gif
A.k.a "rubber"

Cool build man, digging the FW900's thumb.gif
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Looks good vega. thumb.gif
Im not so sure about those bricks though.
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Looks good vega. thumb.gif
Im not so sure about those bricks though.

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