I know there is already a lot topics CS:GO stretched resolution issue but can I ask will it solve ? Becouse for some people it is nigthmare and big problem for 4:3 players.Can you fix it ?
Set the display to "Preserve Aspect Ratio" within Crimson, then on the Custom Resolution > Tweak the Manual Timing (only do it by 1 Pixel or such) then Verify.
For some reason the Drivers don't automatically activate the timings on the first Verification of a <<New>> Setup; but will on all consecutive changes.
Hope this helps.
Please follow these instructions to enable stretched resolution.
Try this. It applies to Crimson drivers using GCN graphics cards.
Configuring 4:3 Stretched Resolution (Workaround)
GPU scaling doesn't work in the newer drivers. Only stretches if I use 15.6 beta drivers for windows 8.1 anything newer doesn't work.
You did read my post above, didn't you ?
Don't work for me ;((( Fix it ever AMD to make it work again as before ?
Thank you! This is exactly what i've been looking for after quite a while of searching!
If you are trying this. Remember to first follow ray_m, do what he suggested and when you first execute the changes press save. After that you are going to edit the saved resolution and do the changes leyvin suggested.
Once again thank you!
Didn't work for me :/ did exactly the steps ray_m said, then changed to preserve aspect ratio, then changed the horizontal timing down by 1 pixel, hit apply, and my csgo still won't stretch. I'm using 800x600.
i have no option for custom resolution
I also don't have this option. I only have "Properties" and "Pixel format" on Radeon additional settings.
Team AMD, please, we want the Catalyst options back!
The Options have been moved... you can now get to them from here:
1 • Select the "Display" Tab. If you do not see this Option, use the AMD Clean Up Utility and Delete the Directory "AMD" on your C:\ Drive.
Re-Install the Drivers using the Latest Installer from the AMD Website
2 • Select "Custom Resolutions" ... remember you will need to set one for each Resolution that you're having an issue with, and the Drivers will default to the Custom Resolution Settings if Available.
3 • There are a lot more options here than there used to be... you will almost certainly need to tinker in order to get the correct settings for your particular display... I recommend doing this in small increments at a time.
Also it is common that doing this will (within Windows 10 Creators Update) end up resetting the Monitor Refresh to 25/30Hz, if this does occur this is resolved via Right-Click > Display Settings > Display Adapter Properties > Monitor [Refresh]
I'd also recommend setting the Scaling to "Centred", this shouldn't have an affect but it might.
Same is true if you're using a Samsung Display, then it's important you rename the HDMI/Display Port to "PC" ... keep in mind if you have more than 1 then usually only one of the Ports will support this; be sure to check the manual as to which.
This will change how HDMI/Display Port is handled from TV/Console to PC, and no... I don't know exactly what the difference is, only that this one minor change can completely resolve most issues on those displays.
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