Obviously I don't have all these windows arranged this way when I'm actually hacking.
The plan is to get two more XB271HKs (which has gone up in price for some reason) to replace the two 1080p wing screens. I sometimes use nVidia's Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) to make all four screens 2160p, this way scaling works consistently when stretching windows across multiple screens.
One thing that really, really annoys me is the middle monitor (XB271HK) has a different polarity, every other screen shares a polarity; so I cannot span the desk screens together in 1080p 16:3 mode. #firstworldproblems and when I buy the next two XB271HKs, they'll need to be the same polarity as the middle screen; there's a chance they won't be and I'll have to sell screens and buy screens until 3 match. It could turn into a nightmare and manufacturers do not release this information, since it's only applicable in edge cases like screen spanning.
But yeah, quad 4K mode is great for editing SMW, I can display the entire length (or just nearly) of a horizontal level in x2 zoom.
The left screen has brighter colours because it's in HDR mode. My TV supports HDR10, but I'm using a GTX 980 Ti right now, which doesn't have HEVC.
So I guess I became a Linux user now huh. How about that.
I still have Windows 10 installed and customized for some things but I'm mostly using Linux Mint. Windows 7 is present but actively rotting away and will get replaced whenever I decide it's okay to wipe out its partition.