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why can't I use eyefinity with flipped/turned screens?

Question asked by khegrow on Feb 11, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 12, 2016 by amdmatt



I've got a Radeon R9 280 GTX, running WIndows 7 64bit and I've got 3 monitors connected.

I've updated all drivers yesterday so I take it I am up to date


Screen1(left): 20"  (1600x1200)  - DVI

Screen2(center) 30" (2560 x 1600) - Displayport

Screen3(right): 20" (1600x1200)  - DVI


To have a better Desktop and make use of the fact that all monitors share the "1600" I flipped the left and right Monitor vertically.


This works fine on the Desktop when using windows monitor/graphical setup.


So again: on the desktop I have


Screen1(left): 20"  (1200x1600)  - DVI

Screen2(center) 30" (2560 x 1600) - Displayport  (my Taskbar etc. is on the BIG center screen)

Screen3(right): 20" (1200x1600)  - DVI


When trying to use eyefinity ( I am trying to use all screens for gaming. ) I wanted to connect them via eyefinity.

Now what happens is that eyefinity will flip the center screen too, before combining them, which of course is pointless.

I wanted to combine all three for a total resolution of 4960x1600..


My question is: Is there a way to make eyefinity use the monitors as configured in the windows desktop OR at least make him turn back the center screen?


am I am forced to have all screens turned the same way? (would be a pity..)





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