do you have windows 7? mine did the same thing. go into My Digital Flat Panels > Scaling Options > Underscan your computer. if you have HDMI hooked up make sure your comp is set to 1920-1080 in control panel. hope this helps.
i couldn't find exatly what you said, but i did find something called enable gpu scaling, so i did enable it but it didn't work
i have windows 8.1 btw
on second thought, maybe i couldn't find what you meant because i am using vga, not hdmi, so i have my vga displays option
i thought i supplied every necessary info but if you tell me what exactly do you want to know than i will be more than happy to supply the information.
Ray@AMD Jan 31, 2014 9:20 AM
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Msi radeon r9 280x 3gb edition at stock
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can you please reply this year?
If your using VGA with that card I have no idea what the problem is. Most people use a DVI or HDMI to hook up with their monitor.
not everyone has the money to buy a new monitor the instant they buy the graphics card do they , anyways, i am playing with another resolution just fine, but i would like to know what caused that issue