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Bezel compensation is not an option anymore - things I tried

Question asked by shish_kbb on Jan 21, 2018

Hello there,

 

and congratulations on still not addressing the bezel compensation issue in the newest edition of your drivers!

 

The problem itself is well-known:

- Eyefinity works!

- But Bezel compensation hasn't popped up as a clickable option since the Crimson Edition Drivers.

 

My attempts at resolving the issue:

- In the Crimson versions, I could force bezel compensation by changing the horizontal alignment by a few pixels. When I did that, the option was available after setup, miraculously.

- That doesn't work anymore with Adrenaline Edition.

- I read that you could use the following registry key to enable Bezel compensation for non-identical monitors:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\ATI\ACE\Settings\Graphics\BezelSupported]

"Accessible"="Everybody"

- It didn't work.

 

I find it disgraceful that a standard feature still produces so many unneccessary problems and I would like to find a solution here.

 

Here's the details, not that it would make much difference:

 

  

Describe your system:

  • AMD Graphics Card
    • RX480 (4GB)
  • Desktop or Laptop System
    • Desktop
  • Operating System
    • Windows 10 64bit 1709
  • Driver version installed
    • E.g. Radeon Software Adrenaline Edition 18.11
  • Display Devices
    • Three LG 16:10 monitors (1680x1650); one projector (WXGA)
    • Projector: BenQ, mirrors Desktop, HDMI
    • Main monitor: 22EB23, DVI
    • Left and right: W2254, both DVI via Displayport adapt.

 

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