I was given 2 hp monitors that turn vertically if needed. Just curious if anybody actually uses monitors in this method.
Im thinking if hooking both of them up and trying to run one on each side of my main monitor. they are both 22 inches. --- i5 2500k 4.5GHZ OC, 32GB DDR3, PNY GTX 780TI SLI, MSI P67A-GD55 Mobo, 128GB SSD, Barracuda Green 1.5TB HDD updating to i7 shortly Xbox live: tanis8585
#2WyzeGyePosted 6/13/2014 2:59:51 AM(edited)
I have 2 21.5 inch monitors and yes, one is in portrait mode. There's an old saying... Once you've gone portrait, the rest is horse s***. --- http://puu.sh/8IK8Q/8e25ebacb7.jpg [My Rig + Specs] - - - - http://youtu.be/cfh4MK6kW3w Wolves don't lose sleep over the opinions of sheep.
#3SinisterSlayPosted 6/13/2014 5:14:52 AM
Yes, I have 3 screens. The centre is vertical, the sides are normal 1024 x 768 screens. --- He who stumbles around in darkness with a stick is blind. But he who... sticks out in darkness... is... fluorescent! - Brother Silence
#4ClouddxPosted 6/13/2014 5:16:52 AM
Yes, I use my 1920x1200 screen vertically for coding. --- i7-920 @ 3.6 // 770 GTX // 12 GB G.Skill Sniper Ram // PS3 // 360 FiiO e9+17 // AD700 + M50 // Deck Legend + 82 // DAS Ultimate S
#5MarceloSampaioPosted 6/13/2014 5:48:18 AM
At home, I only use a monitor set to vertical when I'm playing vertically oriented arcade games.
At work, I ALWAYS use it vertically, since I usually analyze VERY large documents, and the vertical orientation helps minimize the need to scroll down constantly. ^^ --- Difference between 30 and 60 FPS. If you can't notice it, you need new eyes. http://30vs60fps.com/