Originally Posted by ellisbodds
I was going to say this because that's what I thought I'd read on the enlarge image banner, but then I thought about it and realised that 1920*3 was 5760.
So your monitors are 1986.6666666666666 (recurring) pixels wide each? Or is that something to do with bezel compensation that I don't really understand?
Bezel comp creates virtual display area behind the bezels, which is hidden
This way, the bezels don't distrupt the image. Without bezel comp, lines going through the bezels don't match up, but with bezel comp makes them match up. That area behind the bezels can't be seen. It's hidden from view. It's like it was a single huge curved monitor, but someone had put 2 pieces of black tape in the place of the bezels, dividing the huge monitor to 3 parts
There are the 200 extra pixels. Not in the displays themselfs.