Hello me english is bad and i must use google translator...quick i have AMD radeon 8670d integrated graphic and i cant make resolution to native for me benq 2200w 1680x1050 edge is cutt off...i must have it in 1440x900 i have update drivers and i havent overscan.Now i translate it in google translator.
Hello, I got a PC from a friend without a hard drive, and after I put it there, I can't set the resolution at a higher resolution to the width, the screen will cut off soon. you know my monitor screen here
Screen 1 at 1280x1024 resolution https://imgur.com/a/qOpaKGV
Screen 2 at 1680x1050 resolution https://imgur.com/a/MjLwPJA
Screens are in order but at 1680x1050 I have cutt off edges already trying to solve over a week and unsuccessful but found out that many people have a similar problem and manin problem is probably missing overscan in me catalyst control center but I have no choice in AMD catalyst control center viz.screen https: //imgur.com/a/pO0Pdba I have installed the latest drivers for my graphics, I even reinstalled windows on windows 10 original and all I have updated ... I try many and many drivers older without results overscan still missing and i cant put native resolution.all drivers removed here via DDU and installing another but still nothing.now I have the latest drivers that I found see. screen https://imgur.com/a/vL8m4pQ.
PLease what can i do ? When i put NVIDIA graphic to PC everything is good and I can put 1680x1050 absolutly normaly but with AMD i cant...its must be driver fail please help me.
AMD support nothing ? Ok i have solution for this...never buy something for AMD,only problems and support ignoring you.
Ye...and AA not working like this https://community.amd.com/thread/203710 very nice work AMD youre procust is HIGH quality xD With me 11 year old NVIDIA graphics GT 240 everything work ! Resolution 1680x1050 and AA too very good product AMD xDDDD Never AMD again.
I have also found that there is no option to use 1680 x 1050 in the settings.
Tried creating a custom profile, but it would not use it. I may have missed whatever I needed to do to enable it, though.