Originally Posted by kcuestag
Thanks again, I really appreciate it
+REP for such a great help!
Now, I have a last question for you, do you have any cons to that LG monitor?
Seems to be pretty good for the price from my eyes (1920x1080 @ 5ms, same as my Acer).
Only thing I noticed is:
Acer H233H -> Vertical Refresh Rate 49-75Hz (According to Newegg)
LG -> Power AC 120/230 V: 47-63 Hz (According to Hardwareversand.de)
Should I be worried at all? Both are said to be 60Hz monitors.
Thanks mate, really appreciate it
With eyefinity, you can mix & match any combination of monitors that support the outputs you use.
This is not something nVidia can do. All monitors will simply set to the highest resolution and refresh rate that the monitor with the lower native resolution and lowest maximum refresh rate have. You should not worry about this. You can enable eyefinity just fine. Even if your display could do 75hz, the other couldn't. This would make both go into 60hz mode in eyefinity. Otherwise it would work just as usual.
Cons to the LG? Well. Not really. My LG monitor is mediocre. Not the best TN by far. But, there's a problem judging a monitor by the brand. It doesn't work. They use different panels. Without me reading about the specific panel in question (which I have no knowledge of how to do on such a rare monitor) or without me seeing the display in person, I have no way of knowing how good it will be. It will not have any serious issues. There's a chance of minor issues such as some ghosting or some veeeery
slight input lag (most LCD monitors have this. If you don't notice, you don't) or some color banding. Most likely you will not get more than some slight ghosting, as any LCD display out there. However, should you get any of the other ones, it doesn't really matter. Why? Because you are going to be putting these monitors as side monitors. These problems are only visible if you stare at the monitor 2" away trying to look for any imperfections with all you've got. In actual usage, none of these apply. Aside from input lag. But we're talking about a fraction of a frame here. And anyone who cares shouldn't use a 60hz display anyways.
It will do well for what you want to do. I say go for it. There's no real chance of the monitors being screwed up unless they are actually faulty (inputs broken, for example)