Looking forward to seeing you build the mount as I am looking to buy a dual mount myself. Got a PH279Q and I really like it although there are some issues with bleeding and QC. This is a video of a guy rocking 3 of themOriginally Posted by TATH
I was watching you-tube for a triple monitor mount. Geoforce Garage "ahum nice mount".
After w while i found the brand and type of the mount " I want it".
Lets take a look what such a mount cost. WHAAAAAAT 800 dollar . For me that is without shipping and import tax.
Verry nice but i also want 3 x Asus PG279Q monitors and i want the desk be finished this year.
After looking the you-tube film over and over again i found a solution "i make one myself".
Honestly, it depends on how sensitive you are to these types of imperfections. I love my PG279Q and I came from mostly high end NEC IPS screens in the past although I have a great HP IPS too. The very minor bleeding on my screen doesnt bother me at all as you don't notice it when you are actually using the screen.Originally Posted by TATH
Thanks for the video.
I must say that all my monitors are at least 10 year old at the moment.
At the quality i only can say QUALITY because the are EIZO screens.
I like the Eizo Foris but the are to expensive for me at the moment.
2 x S2000 and one L887 1600 x 1200 . Not a typical gaming screen.
I made a first choise the Asus PG279Q. I read many reports that the have back bleeding.
So what to do !!!
I have 4 x Asus Titans 6 GB.
You tell me.
those mounts and cable combs are amazing. Sleeving looks v. good. Will it look the same when it is inside the desk (same color lightning, behind glass)?
Agree the black is best, and grinding down edges sounds like a great ideaOriginally Posted by RoostrC0gburn
i like the flat black better. if you still want to do lighting, you could sand down the edges with fine grit sand paper. ( you also dont always have to have leds on)
looks great! cant wait to see how you install them