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Hey guys, im trying to find the cheapest monitor that would be best for eyefinity. Looking for something with thin screen bezel so that there isnt too much space between screens. Anyone have any ideas?
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Dell U2311H has quite thin bezels, also really square sized monitors and display port + dvi ports on the monitor which means no active display adapter. The stand are perfect for eyefintiy and u can turn for portrait if u feel like that. Then screen it self are reallly nice with IPS and all.
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post #3 of 10
but i know this model have 8ms Response time..so its not very good for games...look at this...

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.p...&id=1275291737

saying mınor bleeding ..
    
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post #4 of 10
The Dell U2311H is actually pretty good for games. It responds nicely. As for light bleeding, well that's just hard to escape from. Especially on monitors with IPS panels for some reason. All my IPS monitors have suffered from it. It's not that bad, though.
post #5 of 10
once your monitor response rate is under 12ms you're not going to notice much improvement in performance if you aren't some kind of supersensitive human. I acually had 3 of U2311H for a while but had to give them up due to to little space, played alot of BFBC2 and other similar game and had no issues what so ever, about the bleed most ips has this but i didnt get it at all atleast nothing i noticed. it seems that the earlier versions had this issue and now its really unlikely u gonna get it.
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post #6 of 10
guys everybody playing games but some people playing 1 hour a day and some people playing 15 hours a day..so?response time very important spme people..and everywebsite saying this..

minor bleeding
little slow fps on game..

8ms not excellent for game..but its not problem many people..because you can pşay every game with 8ms and 12 ms and 16ms..but 2ms is the best for games...at last its not gamer monitör %100..but of course you can play everygame without issues..

http://www.digitalversus.com/dell-u2...7_8953_88.html
    
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post #7 of 10
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is there any way to just adjust your game settings to make up for the bleeding?
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post #8 of 10
In real response time and input lag testing it does pretty well compared to other monitors: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2311h.htm
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What about this one? its insane! Im thinking about getting one!

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Originally Posted by YoMamma1692 View Post
Hey guys, im trying to find the cheapest monitor that would be best for eyefinity. Looking for something with thin screen bezel so that there isnt too much space between screens. Anyone have any ideas?
this is the exact same question i was going to make a thread on in the next 10 mins :O lol
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