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my lg is nice thick sides tho. 120 hz tn looks good i can see some colors washed out from my monitor to tv (plasma) but great for gaming.
If you want isp thare cheap for the Samsung everyone ravs on here for the life of me i cant find it.
As for remove the sides, thats hard. need to remove it all and then you got to deal with fitting everything perfect. Not saying it cant be done but most monitors with thick sides is to hide electronic meaning nothing can be done. Mite shave off 1/8 in the terms of it all its not that much, need to buy it with a thin one and they cost alot.
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Nvm, i figured it out. So eyefinity = 2 DVI + 1 active display port
Nvidia Surround = 3 dvi for 2 gtx 260's in sli.

Now the question is should i just get another 260 and sli (itll only cost me $50). Or Drop $250 on a 6950....
Im leaning heavily towards the 260 lol
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EDIT*

Nvm, i figured it out. So eyefinity = 2 DVI + 1 active display port
Nvidia Surround = 3 dvi for 2 gtx 260's in sli.

Now the question is should i just get another 260 and sli (itll only cost me $50). Or Drop $250 on a 6950....
Im leaning heavily towards the 260 lol
It doesn't get any better bang-for-the-buck wise as it is for the GTX 260 for Surround gaming!

Granted, system intensive games like Metro 2033, Dragon Age 2 and Crysis won't necessarily run all that great in Surround, but just about all other games will have no problem whatsoever. Portal 2 in Surround is an amazing experience, for what it's worth.
     
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