2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 7, 2015 5:26 PM by qwixt

    Win 10 Scale image to full panel size

    qwixt

      I have an ultrawide monitor and I recently got a new machine with Win 10 on it. Unfortunately, it seems that the option to "Scale image to full panel size".

       

      Does anyone know if there is way to fix this or if AMD plans to fix the issue? I did submit a bug report on the current beta driver.

        • Re: Win 10 Scale image to full panel size
          qwixt

          The issue continues to exist in the latest beta drivers, 15.11.1.

          • Re: Win 10 Scale image to full panel size
            qwixt

            I finally figured out how to correct this. With the new crimson drivers, I can add custom resolutions for the lower resolutions that I want stretched. I think part of the issue is that my native refresh rate on the monitor is 75hz, so when the drivers try to find a matching resolution, it's probably not finding that refresh rate for some reason.

             

            So I setup custom resolutions for 2560x1440 and 1600x1200 (DosBox games) with the refresh rate of 75hz. I picked a timing standard of CVT-Reduced Blanking, but it keeps getting replaced with CVT. Not sure if CVT is the correct pick or not, but it's working.