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De-bezel QNIX QX2710

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I know there are guides to removing the bezel from the QNIX QX2710, but can a monitor with more than just the standard DVI input be de-bezeled?

I've found a QX2710 with HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, which is something I'm after. Can I use the same method to de-bezel, or will there be too much extra hardware because of the cable inputs?

This is all very new to me, so I appreciate everyone's help!

Link to monitor: eBay, QX2710
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It should be very very similar, I think the only thing that will change is that there are a few extra ports sticking out from the PCB box where the electronics are.
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