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Journeyman III

Eyefinity sets monitor resolution to max

I'm trying to use Eyefinity with 3 monitors, 4K in the middle and 1080 on the sides. I set the 4K to 1080 to match the side monitors so it starts with all monitors at 1080/1080/1080. They are physically the same size and it would work perfectly if Eyefinity didn't force the 4K to display in 4K. What should be 5760x1080 ends up being 7680x1079 and the 4K only uses half the screen.

I know about Advanced settings/Resize Desktop/Fill. When I try that it just clones the display 3 times. I wouldn't want that even if it worked right. I want my 4K to keep displaying at 1080.

Is there a way to keep Eyefinity from forcing the monitor to change resolution?

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Journeyman III

Having the same Problem... it used to work until a few weeks ago. Since then it just f###s up the whole resolution.
Setting the 4k Screen to 1920x1080 doesn't seem to work.

Journeyman III

Same issue here.  1440p on the middle screen and 1080p on the two side monitors.  I want to run 5760x1080 but 20.3.1 won't let me.  I did get it to display 7680x1440 using super-resolution on the two 1080p monitors, but I don't want to push that many pixels when gaming.  This worked in previous versions of radeon software.

Journeyman III

Same issue.  I have a 1080p/2160p/1080p configuration.  This used to happen but there was a way around it.  Now I cannot find the way around it anymore, since I updated to the then latest version.  A new release came out and I was hoping it would resolve it and I upgraded but it didn't.  I want to run in 5760x1080.  But it forces to 7680x1080 with the 4K monitor in "3840x1080" with the bottom half blank.