2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 8, 2017 3:12 PM by jigzaw

    Display color options


      It is great the 17.7.2 was able to bring back this feature. I do have a Sapphire RX470 OC Titanium 4GDDR5 and and Sapphire Nitro R7 370 4GDR5 now installed on my son's pc. However the display color settings don't have the color temperature and gamma slider on my RX 460 while having those on the R7 370. On my RX470, I am using 2 display port to hdmi cable for dual display while on the R7 370 using a pair of DVI for also a dual display set up.


      The Sapphire RX470 OC Titanium have only 3 display port and one hdmi output, the Benq monitor has only have a hdmi and vga input. The Sapphire Nitro R7 370 have 2 DVI, 1 hdmi and 1 display port, the Philips monitor have both dvi, hdmi and vga ports.


      I just did a clean install again with antivirus off and still the same feature set on my end. Is it the dp cables at fault or I should only use hdmi on the primary and dp on my extended display.



      Both system running W10 Creator update. Ryzen7 1700 with Sapphire RX 470 OC Titanium 4GDDR5 , 32 GB DDR4; FX8310 with Sapphire Nitro R7 370 4 GDDR5, 16 GB DDR3

        • Re: Display color options

          Your post is very confusing.

          Please summarize in a  list what GPU's you have and what monitors/connections are being used on each, and what settings are not available.

            • Re: Display color options

              Apologies for the confusion Ray.

              FX8310 with Sapphire Nitro R7 370 4GDR5 (output 2 x DVI, 1 DP, 1 HDMI)

              Dual monitor : Philips 273V 1920x1080 & 20V 1600x900 using both DVI connection

              Radeon settings color displays both color temperature and gamma sliders for each monitor.


              Ryzen 1700X with Sapphire RX470 OC Titanium 4GDR5 (output 3 DP, 1 HDMI)

              Dual monitor: 2 x BenQ GC2870 1920x1080 both on DP to HDMI cables

              Radeon settings color displays the screens shot above with no

              color temperature and gamma sliders for each monitor.