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I have been using the Dell U2711 for nearly a year and would like to set up an Eyefinity display using the Dell and the Asus PB278Q. The screen size and resolution are the same on both of these monitors. I have been reading in AMD Catalyst Control Center about setting up an Eyefinity display. It seems according to what I have read, that all monitors in an Eyefinity set up need to be the same manufacturer, same screen size, same resolution and even the same model monitor. Is this correct?
I am planning on buying the Asus and would like to be sure of compatability before I place my order. Thanks in advance for any information that may be supplied.
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They don't have to be the same. It's recommended that every aspect is the same to ensure viewing uniformity exists.
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Thanks for your reply.
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