3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 2, 2017 10:36 AM by kwacka14r

    ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series Black borders


      Hello. I have a problem. I have a 1920x1080 monitor (16: 9), but the resolution is set to maximum at 1280x1024 (5: 4) and 64 Hz, which can not be changed. Could anyone please help me?

          • Re: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series Black borders


            If anyone can help me, currently stuck with Resolution, as it is maxed out unable to resize as windows display screen does not provide custom resize, too much or too little, bizarre? As task bar has disappeared, had to raise it but ends are not showing at all, therefore, no sound icon or able to see turn off or windows icon, bottom left?


            So, my question is how do you reduce screen resolution when the Radeon Page will not adjust, it did before?


            Many thanks, just getting frustrated at the circular avenues to resolve this issue : )


            Radeon RX 480

            Desk top

            Win 10 64 bit version 1607

            Radeon Software Version 17.11.1

            39W LCD TV, HDMI (Radeon RX 480) Showing on settings: 1920 x 1080 (recommended)?

            Asus MAXIMUS IX CODE - 20170322

            Intel i7 7700k 4.2 GHz

            EVGA G3 750W Gold PSU

            RAM 32 Gb

          • Re: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series Black borders

            Hello Radek

            I had the same issue the other day, so, bring up the Graphic card window, turn GPU scaling off, virtual super resolution should also show off.

            On the Scaling mode, I selected preserve aspect ratio

            Pixel format pc standard

            then slide the scale on the HDMI scaling to about 5% or what ever setting suits your TV / Monitor.

            Then check the display settings (Right mouse on desk top) for the resolution you want, easy


            Have to say, asking questions on here is about as effective as the manual, I hope this helps

            Luckily I'm done with this GPU, someone else can have it, 1080ti inbound