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Old June 9, 2011, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Arinoth View Post
I have them set up like that, my point more was the fact that AMD will actually allow you to compensate for the dead space that can be between the bezel of the middle monitor and the other monitor so that you can actually have "blind spots". Whereas with nVidia you have to bezel correct the angle of the monitors but its still just stretched across the monitors, so if my mouse was to go between the two monitors, where a bezel is, it appears either on the side monitor or the centre, rather then in the actual dead spot. Hope I explained myself better this time
Ah, yes, that does make sense now. That would be a nice feature if nVidia were to include it.
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