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red-cap. The one I found may be more expensive because the title includes "perfect pixels." Do you think it's not worth filtering my search by that phrase? Is the quality high enough on the batches without "perfect pixel" assurance?

I would say it depends on how sensitive you are about dead/stuck pixels. If they don't bother you too much then no. Generally people don't get a lot of of defective pixels. I would look at their pixel policy for non-perfect versions and see which one sounds better to you. If it gives you a peace of mind knowing it'll be pixel perfect then I'd say go ahead. However, I'd advise to read their policy on what they consider pixel perfect as well just so you won't have any surprises.

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I quite like my Q270 setup, but I wouldn't say they're the best for 7680x1440. The wobbly stands make them somewhat annoying to align (particularly with the weighty glass.) Outside of that, they're still fantastic. It's also worth noting that some models have a different color temperature than others; it was no problem for me since AMD allows individual color temperature adjustment, but I believe it's not so easy for nV users.

He's building his own housing so wobbly stands don't matter.
post #12 of 17
Using adapters are fine. Some would say it can lessen the quality. If anything i would avoid adapters because they can be expensive. As for needing an adapter. You shouldnt. High end gpus have 3-4 slots and normally a display port a hdmi and 2 dvis or something lije that. You can hook up 2 with dvi and one with hdmi or displayport. However the only problem with this is nvidia and amd require different set ups. You can do some research on it. All i know is from personal experience amd seemed to want 1 displayport and nvidia wanted all dvis. However this could just be due to how i was setting it up. Worse comes to worse get an adapter. You wont notice the difference
    
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Using adapters are fine. Some would say it can lessen the quality. If anything i would avoid adapters because they can be expensive. As for needing an adapter. You shouldnt. High end gpus have 3-4 slots and normally a display port a hdmi and 2 dvis or something lije that. You can hook up 2 with dvi and one with hdmi or displayport. However the only problem with this is nvidia and amd require different set ups. You can do some research on it. All i know is from personal experience amd seemed to want 1 displayport and nvidia wanted all dvis. However this could just be due to how i was setting it up. Worse comes to worse get an adapter. You wont notice the difference
    
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post #14 of 17
Adapters are finicky. HDMI may or may not work.

For best results, stick with native DVI and DisplayPort monitors. AMD cards you will want two DisplayPort monitors. NVidia, one DisplayPort.
post #15 of 17
Which monitor doesn't wobble? All monitors I've owned wobbled. Heck, even Apple monitors wobble when shaken.

I would say the best build quality would be suited for this triple monitor setup. And that seems to be the CrossOver 27Q LED. However I've only compared the CrossOver with the Yamakasi. Not sure about AHIEVA, Qnix or the others.
post #16 of 17
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I would say it depends on how sensitive you are about dead/stuck pixels. If they don't bother you too much then no. Generally people don't get a lot of of defective pixels. I would look at their pixel policy for non-perfect versions and see which one sounds better to you. If it gives you a peace of mind knowing it'll be pixel perfect then I'd say go ahead. However, I'd advise to read their policy on what they consider pixel perfect as well just so you won't have any surprises.

I'm very sensitive to it. I use a perfect Apple 27" Thunderbolt at work, and I don't want to downgrade in display quality.
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Using adapters are fine. Some would say it can lessen the quality. If anything i would avoid adapters because they can be expensive. As for needing an adapter. You shouldnt. High end gpus have 3-4 slots and normally a display port a hdmi and 2 dvis or something lije that. You can hook up 2 with dvi and one with hdmi or displayport. However the only problem with this is nvidia and amd require different set ups. You can do some research on it. All i know is from personal experience amd seemed to want 1 displayport and nvidia wanted all dvis. However this could just be due to how i was setting it up. Worse comes to worse get an adapter. You wont notice the difference
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Adapters are finicky. HDMI may or may not work. For best results, stick with native DVI and DisplayPort monitors. AMD cards you will want two DisplayPort monitors. NVidia, one DisplayPort.

The GeForce GTX 680 has great specs, 1 DP port, and 2 DVI ports. Would I be able to run 4320 x 2560 pixels from that single card, using those 3 ports?
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Which monitor doesn't wobble? All monitors I've owned wobbled. Heck, even Apple monitors wobble when shaken.
I would say the best build quality would be suited for this triple monitor setup. And that seems to be the CrossOver 27Q LED. However I've only compared the CrossOver with the Yamakasi. Not sure about AHIEVA, Qnix or the others.

I've never seen an Apple 27" Thunderbolt monitor wobble. And we have about 2 dozen of them at my office. But I'm not worried about stands at all because I'm going to disassemble them, remove bezels, and VESA mount to a triple monitor stand. I just want great panels with no bright pixels, and bezels that are easy to remove. And a single video card that can power 3 of them at once.
post #17 of 17
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I'm very sensitive to it. I use a perfect Apple 27" Thunderbolt at work, and I don't want to downgrade in display quality.
The GeForce GTX 680 has great specs, 1 DP port, and 2 DVI ports. Would I be able to run 4320 x 2560 pixels from that single card, using those 3 ports?
I've never seen an Apple 27" Thunderbolt monitor wobble. And we have about 2 dozen of them at my office. But I'm not worried about stands at all because I'm going to disassemble them, remove bezels, and VESA mount to a triple monitor stand. I just want great panels with no bright pixels, and bezels that are easy to remove. And a single video card that can power 3 of them at once.

The monitor stand's base is totally different though. You can't compare a monitor with a round base to a monitor with a trapezium base.

Also I find the 27" Apple to be ugly because of the awkward bezel.
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