Originally Posted by tomfoolery_79
What would be better for NVidia Surround (and 3D surround) 3 - 22" monitors or 3 - 24" monitors? I currently have a 24" monitor, but as I picture 3 of these lined up, I honestly am thinking it may be too much and that my peripheral vision wouldn't be able to take it all in. Anyone have thoughts?
I would always go larger but it will depend on what vid cards
your are planning to use. The only issue with the 24" is finding a good stand that can take three of them that does not cost ~$300+USD. But then if you are planning to use a desk and do not plan on having them in one stand then not an issue. Just rem that three 24" spans a lot of desk space if they are using their own stands. Also 3D takes a toll on frame rates. I wouldn't use any thing other then SLI 480's to do 3D surround. Also it depends on the rez of the 24", is it 1920x1200 or 1920x1080. There will be a diff in FPS between the two.
ADD: also to do 3D you will need a 120hz display. Nvidia wants you to use Nvidia 3D rec displays that are on their certified list to ensure 100% compatibility. The displays that were shipped out to reviewers were the Acer GD235HZ BID 23.6" 3D Vision 120HZ 1080p LCD Monitors, ~$350+USD each (http://www.amazon.com/Acer-GD235HZbi...9034561&sr=8-1
) along with the Ergotech Triple Horizontal LCD Monitor Arm Desk Stand (http://www.vivaladeals.com/p-870-erg...0-d16-b03.aspx
ADD2: for Canadian's add ~$100cdn to every item listed.