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Lots of nice boarder less monitors coming out and I'm in need for upgrading my monitors.
Questions is, is the hole "borderless" theme really worth it? I haven't seen a single one with a versa mount. Now the boarder doesn't have to be like invisible but a nice thin one would be preferable.
On a side thought what about mounts? The one I was looking at was a triple XFX one but anyone know some good ones that have seen in person or have?

Pref.
Budget 150-350 per monitor
350 for mount(S).
But if you know of something REALLY cool don't be afraid to share it frown.gif)



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Edited by EpyonGun - 4/13/14 at 11:14pm
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Beardless monitors are indeed worth it. Do you really want your monitor to have a beard? You would have to shave it, keep it clean, etc.
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What games do you usually play? If it doesn't support Eyefinity/NVIDIA Surround then you'll be stuck with one monitor. If you need more monitors for activities other than gaming [productivity, film editing, etc.], then triple monitors it is - borderless ones would make it even more awesome.

But if you only game and you haven't tried a 1440p monitor @120Hz, I suggest that you do. It's a totally different beast. I've been considering that vs three 1080p monitors @60Hz. If you have a friend who does that'll let you test it over at their place, that would be a good start.

Samsung has those sub-$1000 4K monitors but I don't think they're worth it ATM.
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Hi I just debezeled my asus vg278HR monitors, I wanted to go for portrait.
In crysis2 there is a max vertical FOV of 80, the game looked like zoomed in.

So I went back to landscape.
The debezel reduced the empty space of the image, and it was 100% worth it. Now the image gap of the bezel is of about 1.3cm, before it was of 2.5 cm about overcrossing screens.
The game is much more immersive, I highly suggest you this. on landscape you don't notice much the bezels, these won't disturb you for general pc use, and gaming, with small bezels you have in your sight the biggest part of the screens.

mine are 27". It's absolutely amazing
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