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PostPosted: 06 Oct 2011, 05:46 
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Nice. Mine Benq 2420HDs have the same bodies


Yeah, It was actually your modification which inspired me to do mine. I saw that and was like: "Holy Shit; thats the same design as my monitor, I could do something like that!". Now I have some reason to do 3x120Hz XL2410T Eyefinity. Already got the adapters being sent my way.

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PostPosted: 07 Oct 2011, 23:08 
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Here is a link to my build log under the AMD Eyefinity Section.

http://widescreengamingforum.com/forum/forums/multi-monitor-gaming/amd-eyefinity-discussions/17699/3-x-120hz-eyefinity-build-log-benq

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PostPosted: 08 Oct 2011, 22:18 
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Seraph,

I have 3x Asus VW266H (not 246) and the VESA posts are welded on where you have 4 oval divets... curious.

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LG IPS231P-BN - Debezel 3 by J Setiawan, on Flickr

LG IPS231P-BN - Debezel 6 by J Setiawan, on Flickr


Thanks! You have same monitors I got, but now I thinking it's not worth all the effort for 2-3mm bezel width reduction in portrait mode.

do you use them in portrait or land?


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PostPosted: 30 Oct 2011, 14:46 
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I decided to take the plunge and attempt to remove the cases off my three Dell U2311H.
Cases removed easily enough.
Then I came to a screaming halt.


I am having the same problem as you have. Removing the plastic cover of my U2311H's is not a problem, but mounting them is, since you need the back cover for that. Rebelstar said a possible solution was on a previous page of this thread, but I don't believe there is. Does anyone figured out how to solve this problem using the original stand for mounting?

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PostPosted: 30 Oct 2011, 18:45 
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Why is it a problem with the 2311H? The screw hole for the VESA mount is in the underlying metal, isn't it?


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Why is it a problem with the 2311H? The screw hole for the VESA mount is in the underlying metal, isn't it?


The standard mount does't use the VESA mount screwes if I am not mistaking, so if you remove the back cover you also remove holes that you need for connecting the monitor to the standard mount.

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PostPosted: 30 Oct 2011, 21:30 
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Oh... Ibrin made a Video of how he stripped a Dell.

But the Case isn't just for Optic... its also protectiv! Or not ? Any problems with dust or anything on a stripped monitor?

i want to try it.... but if i do i cant mount them on standard base. Well, not a problem, i can make a Mount myself quite easy...

Not sure if i should.... i think would be a big difference... but is so much work.

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PostPosted: 05 Nov 2011, 04:06 
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There is no problem with the VESA mounting.
You don't need the plastic case to mount with VESA on the Dell U23
You do ( I reckon) need the plastic case to keep everything together.
The way the monitor panel is connected to the mounting box is the problem.
They are not pop riveted together.
They are held together by tabs which I fear would not support the weight.

And yes Rebel, I had seen your solution.
It might work for you but no good for me.


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PostPosted: 14 Dec 2011, 02:09 
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Has any one bezel stripped a Dell U2312?

I have two arriving any day now and will give it a crack.

I am hoping to do 3 x portrait.

EDIT: just found the awesome guide by 3lfk1ng where he details the bezel strip of a Dell U2312.

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