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Hardware lust: trading PC with 6-monitors

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Here is my current six monitor setup.

I am not real happy with it. It was inexpensive, but...

So I am probably going to just get six new U2412M monitors from Dell. I already have the HD 5870 Radeon.

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Good lord surely the red paint HURTS your eyes????

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Good lord surely the red paint HURTS your eyes????

It is very dark red, not at all what it looks like in the camera photo.

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not a bad choice mike gunna be like xmas over there.. ;-)

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Here is my current six monitor setup.

I am not real happy with it. It was inexpensive, but...

So I am probably going to just get six new U2412M monitors from Dell. I already have the HD 5870 Radeon.

Mike

may i ask what you are displaying on that monster? i run 4x24" and for trading one product, it suffices for my needs.

on a side note: you might want to get ultramon, with it you can select different wallpapers for each screen (something windows still can't do natively)

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may i ask what you are displaying on that monster? i run 4x24" and for trading one product, it suffices for my needs.

on a side note: you might want to get ultramon, with it you can select different wallpapers for each screen (something windows still can't do natively)

I own UltraMon and Display Fusion. I prefer Display Fusion, but the wallpaper is not important to me because there are always apps open (except for when I took the camera photo).

Top left monitor is email primarily, I get a ton of email.

Bottom left monitor is web browser, mainly for futures.io (formerly BMT).

The other four monitors are six to eight charts and my DOM, trade position window.

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thank you for answering. email and browser screens reduce actual charting space, makes sense now.
did not even know about DisplayFusion, will look into it.

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It is very dark red, not at all what it looks like in the camera photo.

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Ok good! Didn't want you to go blind. I have a deep green on my walls

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The reviews pretty much put them equal, and the HP was less expensive at $290 shipped, but I felt the Dell was the way to go.

Spoken like a true Texan

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displayfusion is def the best.. i guess windows 8 has implemented the proper use of the taskbar on multi monitors..

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