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Discussion in 'Computer Hardware, Devices and Accessories' started by PRAGMA, Dec 26, 2016.
Title says it all.
The 21:9 is
2560 x 1080
The 16:9 is
1920 x 1080
They are both 24 inch.
Sure why not?
oh god, I would never be able to focus if my monitors were like that.
I just use the left monitor for steam, explorer windows, torrent, random crap I don't look at much. I'm mainly looking at the 21:9. Also, it's on a monitor arm so I can swing it out of the way if I want to.
You should use Desmume and stuff on it in fullscreen lol
That would be so pixelated
If you google about shader packs you will get a rlly rlly good view.
Look up desmume x432r
For the OP: yes, as long as your graphics solution physically has enough connectors and horsepower to drive the number of displays you want, you can use a multi-monitor setup in basically any configuration you want