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I want to eyefinity for FPS games. The problems is I have two different brand 22" monitors with matching specs. So I either sell the two I have and buy three matching ones or buy a third different model with matching specs.Any advise would be appreciated.

The first is a 2 1/2 years old Hanns-G HG216D
The second is a 2 years old Viewsonic VA2226w

They are both 21.5 viewable 1680x1050 5ms.
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For LCDs the best 'bang for your buck' is to sell them locally. Shippin on these things are a pain in the... buttocks! Usually it's $20-30 for shipping per screen.

Both could sell for about $100-$120 each.
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Well I decided to just get a third different monitor,they all have Identical specs so I'll keep my fingers crossed and hope the colors are close.

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You might as well just sell one and get matching monitors. You will probably be happier with that choice.
    
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You might as well just sell one and get matching monitors. You will probably be happier with that choice.
Just make sure they still sell those monitors. I know Asus has a couple of gaming LCDs that have been selling for 4-5 years now. Not so sure about Viewsonic and Hanns-G.

I would sell them locally for about 70-80 dollars a piece considering that a entry 1080P monitor can be bought for just above 100 dollars.
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I would def suggest stepping up to 1920x1080/1200. Its a lot cleaner and not that much more expensive. And your monitors are prob only worth $70-80 because of their res. Matching monitors also fixes any bezel/color issues you might have.
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