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Then I took it out of a group. And tried to set the resolution on each screen. And one is less than the other three. It's the one on the display port I think.
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I have 1920x1080 on two of them. And then the one on the display port only goes to 1440x900.
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post #13 of 31
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Originally Posted by moab;13728596 
I have 1920x1080 on two of them. And then the one on the display port only goes to 1440x900.

And that is exactly why they are stretched in eyefinity.

On LCD monitors, running anything else but the native resolution (highest possible) will make them blurry

And 1440x900 is a different aspect ratio than 1920x1080, so things on the two 1920x1080 monitors will look distorted if you run it at 3x 1440x900.


To fix the stretching issue, you should have 3 1920x1080 monitors.
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But all three monitors are the exact same model monitor and size.
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Well why is one of them limited to 1440x900 then?

If all three should be able to do 1920x1080, why is that one limited?

If you can get them all to run at the 1920x1080 resolution somehow, the issue should be fixed.

Try disabling EDID on the 1440x900 monitor. See if that gets it up to 1920x1080. You should be able to find it somewhere in the monitor configuration / properties menus.
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post #16 of 31
Quote:
Originally Posted by moab;13728630 
But all three monitors are the exact same model monitor and size.

If they are the exact same model and size, change the resolution on the 1440x900 one to 1920x1080. That will fix your problem.
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post #17 of 31
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 5outh;13728657 
If they are the exact same model and size, change the resolution on the 1440x900 one to 1920x1080. That will fix your problem.

There is no selection to go higher or I would. I will try to disable EDID on it now.
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post #18 of 31
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Originally Posted by moab;13728712 
There is no selection to go higher or I would. I will try to disable EDID on it now.

Try unplugging the other two monitors and setting it to 1920x1080? It doesn't make much sense for three of the same monitor to have different native resolutions.
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Try unplugging the display port adapter and plug it back in with the computer on. Sometimes my monitor using the display port adapter will change resolution and break the eyefinity grouping.
    
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If you enable eyefinity shouldn't you be setting the resolution to 5760x1080?
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