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Windows 7: How to enable Gpu scaling???

28 May 2010   #11
Sup3rnova01

windows 7
 
 

ok..no problem
thanks a lot


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28 May 2010   #12
Sup3rnova01

windows 7
 
 

now i can see the pictures displayed that u sent me. Basically I don't have scale image to full size but "Use centered timings".
Have you got any idea if I should if this has anything to do with the options HDTV mo0des supported by the display and predefined and custom hd format? what's the one that u selected with ur screen? All this is driving me crazy now!
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28 May 2010   #13
Sup3rnova01

windows 7
 
 

By the way my CCC looks totally different from the pictures that u sent..how come?

thanks a lot for ur patience by the way
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28 May 2010   #14
mpcrsc562

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sup3rnova01 View Post
now i can see the pictures displayed that u sent me. Basically I don't have scale image to full size but "Use centered timings".
Have you got any idea if I should if this has anything to do with the options HDTV mo0des supported by the display and predefined and custom hd format? what's the one that u selected with ur screen? All this is driving me crazy now!
You're saying that you don't have the option to use "Scale image to full panel size?" Can you put a click the box to "Enable GPU scaling?" And how different does your CCC look? To take a screenshot, click Start > type snip in the Search programs and files box > select the image to capture > save it / name it. Next, start a reply > scroll down to manage attachments and push button > push Browse to find the screenshot image you just saved, then click upload > close the window after upload > click Submit Reply.
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28 May 2010   #15
quantum112

What do you think?
 
 

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It's come to my attention that some people think GPU scaling is broken as it is grayed out. Well its not broken, it just doesn't enable unless you are using a lower than native resolution. So change your desktop to a lower res and then you can alter the setting as much as you like. After that you can put your monitor back to native res.
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From Catalyst Forums.
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28 May 2010   #16
mpcrsc562

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by quantum112 View Post
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It's come to my attention that some people think GPU scaling is broken as it is grayed out. Well its not broken, it just doesn't enable unless you are using a lower than native resolution. So change your desktop to a lower res and then you can alter the setting as much as you like. After that you can put your monitor back to native res.
"

From Catalyst Forums.

There ya go! Check this out and see if it helps.
Thanks for the input quantum112.
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28 May 2010   #17
quantum112

What do you think?
 
 

No problem, hope it helps
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30 Jul 2010   #18
ssri

Windows 7 Professional 64bit / Arch Linux x86_64
 
 

For older directx9 ati gpu's, the fix lies in the registry.

Here's the fix from Resolution, Aspect Ratio & Black Bars! How to stretch screen?
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hackstor
Open up regedit
HKLM\System\ControlSet001\Control\GraphicsDrivers\Configuration
Click on display listed, should see 00 subkey and if multiple displays 01. Click those and change scaling to 3
Reboot.

No need for ati control panel. I use this at college I work for.

A guy made a program that does this for you, but only works on the first display listed in the registry. Search agentgod ati fix

This fix worked fine for my ati mobility radeon x2300
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