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Great monitor. Viewing angels are poor in landscape and portrait. I sold them as I couldn't stand the grayish tint the left screen has under landscape and portrait. Was recommended ips is the way to go. When i came back to Surround/Eyefinity, I picked up three of Asus' new ips 22" screens. Never looked back thumb.gif
edit: picked up CoD WaW and Batman AC on sale on steam! Can't wait to fire up WaW wheee.gif

So you suggest that I get a different monitor to avoid viewing angle problems?
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So you suggest that I get a different monitor to avoid viewing angle problems?



Its not too bad in landscape but in portrait mode its more noticeable. If you tinker with the monitors colors and settings, it can be eased but every game was different. So, I had to adjust quite often to alleviate the annoyance. Some ppl don't mind but when you consider that the 22" ips screen is cheaper then the one your looking at, it makes sense. Ips has better viewing angles and it doesn't gray-out the left screen. Trust me, ips is the best way to go and there's quite a few models out there for not too much dough:

ASUS VS229H-P (I have three of these in Portrait mode)

LG IPS224T-PN

Dell S2240M Black

LG IPS234T-PN 23" model

HP ZR2040w

ASUS VS239H-P
Edited by wermad - 12/25/12 at 3:24pm
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Its not too bad in landscape but in portrait mode its more noticeable. If you tinker with the monitors colors and settings, it can be eased but every game was different. So, I had to adjust quite often to alleviate the annoyance. Some ppl don't mind but when you consider that the 22" ips screen is cheaper then the one your looking at, it makes sense. Ips has better viewing angles and it doesn't gray-out the left screen. Trust me, ips is the best way to go and there's quite a few models out there for not too much dough:
ASUS VS229H-P (I have three of these in Portrait mode)
LG IPS224T-PN
Dell S2240M Black
LG IPS234T-PN 23" model
HP ZR2040w
ASUS VS239H-P

I will probably end up with the VS239H-P.
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I will probably end up with the VS239H-P.

Btw, your single gpu may struggle on some games in Surround. 5760x1080/3240x1920 will put a lot of strain on your single gpu and performance will suffer. Toning down your settings will help and so might lowering the res. 2GB of vram is still very solid today so don't rule out gpu(s) w/ that vram count.

One of the reasons i went w/ the 22s was to save money and invest that into more gpu power. Granted, they were slightly more back then and there were a few options too (compared to today). Ultimately, I want to upgrade to three Korean 2560x1440 ips screens. Prices are starting to hit the low $300s but I'm going to hold out for a more "affordable" price biggrin.gif.
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Btw, your single gpu may struggle on some games in Surround. 5760x1080/3240x1920 will put a lot of strain on your single gpu and performance will suffer. Toning down your settings will help and so might lowering the res. 2GB of vram is still very solid today so don't rule out gpu(s) w/ that vram count.
One of the reasons i went w/ the 22s was to save money and invest that into more gpu power. Granted, they were slightly more back then and there were a few options too (compared to today). Ultimately, I want to upgrade to three Korean 2560x1440 ips screens. Prices are starting to hit the low $300s but I'm going to hold out for a more "affordable" price biggrin.gif.

Well my girlfriend is going to Korea this summer to be with family and I wish she could could bring me home some Catleaps biggrin.gif. A guy can dream.

And to the single card issue, that's why I have been trying to ask this thread where I can find benchmarks for my card, because my card boosts to 1250mhz.
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Well my girlfriend is going to Korea this summer to be with family and I wish she could could bring me home some Catleaps biggrin.gif. A guy can dream.
And to the single card issue, that's why I have been trying to ask this thread where I can find benchmarks for my card, because my card boosts to 1250mhz.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1263591/gtx-670-5760x1080-can-it-handle-it Warning:Clicky (Click to show)
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2GB of a GTX670 will not pose much of a problem for SP BF3 at 3x1920x1080/1200 according to these reviews. It is still playable, especially if you turn down AA and use High instead of Ultra:-
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2012/03/22/nvidia_kepler_gpu_geforce_gtx_680_video_card_review/10
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1452/pg6/nvidia-geforce-gtx-680-kepler-graphics-card-review-battlefield-3.html
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1887/4/
Even if you go to MP 64 player map, 2GB is still OK even though it will be all used up. And adding a second card to do SLI is recommended:-
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2012/03/28/nvidia_kepler_geforce_gtx_680_sli_video_card_review/5
Note:- the above reviews used GTX680 but your GTX670 can be easily overclocked to reach or even surpass a stock GTX680.
Also, a single GTX570 or GTX580 cannot do 3x1920x1080 because Nvidia only enables the GTX670/680 to do single card Surround. GTX570/580 has to be in SLI to do 3x1920x1080. That is why you only see reviews of GTX570/580 in SLI to do Surround.


Its doable but I'd recommend two biggrin.gif. I saw a 670 for ~$275 new. I'm sure used are gonna start dropping in price too smile.gif

Just be warned, you won't be able to max most demanding games with one. BF3 seems to be the yard stick but I have yet to play that game (tongue.gif). I can max out with ease Crysis 2 and Metro 2033 with my setup thumb.gif


Alternative, get a single 2560x1440 screen, ? Sort of the compromise of something better then 1080 and without the demanding needs of Surround.
Edited by wermad - 12/25/12 at 5:44pm
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1263591/gtx-670-5760x1080-can-it-handle-it Warning:Clicky (Click to show)
Its doable but I'd recommend two biggrin.gif. I saw a 670 for ~$275 new. I'm sure used are gonna start dropping in price too smile.gif
Just be warned, you won't be able to max most demanding games with one. BF3 seems to be the yard stick but I have yet to play that game (tongue.gif). I can max out with ease Crysis 2 and Metro 2033 with my setup thumb.gif
Alternative, get a single 2560x1440 screen, ? Sort of the compromise of something better then 1080 and without the demanding needs of Surround.

Hmmmmmm. 1440 *scratches chin*. What would that mean for multi-tasking? Right now I hate trying to write code on half of my 23in 1080p screen.
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OK, just found a wonderful issue with 310.70... this deserves a seperate post, apologies for the double in advance (I usually try not to)
Does anyone running 310.70 use Outlook 2010?
I ask because for me, since the driver update, the 'maximise to single window' thing is broken - it'll open maximised to a single window, but if I minimise it, then remax it, it'll fill all three screens!

This only happens to me when I am using a "custom" bezel corrected resolution. If I use a native 5760x1080 resolution across the three monitors it works fine. I'm on the 310.70's
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Thanks dude thumb.gif
But I'm not using the Steam version redface.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That was the same error I was getting trying the *.dll hack... I gave up lol and play at 1080p on my 60" TV instead biggrin.gif
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Thanks for the great info Kpforce i will check it out. +rep

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