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At this point, I don't think it is related with AMD drivers. Either Windows corrupted, settings, or something else. Try to remember did you edit or customized Windows.

Two things to try;

Swap the connection and the card output ports such as DVI, HDMI, DP. Check cable and different monitor input.

Go into CCC, find EDID and see if CCC set the correct data for your monitor.

If it is connected with HDMI, select the overscan option to fill up the desktop or create a customized resolution, then select this res in game setting.

Without all informations this is all just stab in the dark at best so to speak.
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Regardless of the outcome, you've been more than helpful, Ken.

I will give these ideas a go when I get home from work, and try to see if I changed anything in Windows around the time the problem started.

On a related note, I may end up doing a fresh install on the drivers again as the decreased price in the 5770s makes it very desirable to get another one and configure them in crossfire. Perhaps this will also solve my problems (though highly unlikely).
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Regardless of the outcome, you've been more than helpful, Ken.

I will give these ideas a go when I get home from work, and try to see if I changed anything in Windows around the time the problem started.

On a related note, I may end up doing a fresh install on the drivers again as the decreased price in the 5770s makes it very desirable to get another one and configure them in crossfire. Perhaps this will also solve my problems (though highly unlikely).
No, you are right, Crossfire is not going to get rid of it. I think it's more related to native WDM.
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Well guess what! I switched over to HDMI instead of DVI, and it seems to support 1920 x 1200 just perfectly, as it should.

As for the EDID, I can't seem to find that in this new VISION control center program that AMD is using, but I do recall that in CCC it was detecting 1920 x 1200 as the max resolution for this display.

I guess I can keep the HDMI input. Any disadvantage to using HDMI over DVI? Does the fact that it works properly with the HDMI and no the DVI provide any insight into the source of the problem?
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Well guess what! I switched over to HDMI instead of DVI, and it seems to support 1920 x 1200 just perfectly, as it should.

As for the EDID, I can't seem to find that in this new VISION control center program that AMD is using, but I do recall that in CCC it was detecting 1920 x 1200 as the max resolution for this display.

I guess I can keep the HDMI input. Any disadvantage to using HDMI over DVI? Does the fact that it works properly with the HDMI and no the DVI provide any insight into the source of the problem?
The only disadvantage using HDMI that I know of, some (not all) DX11 titles might not scale to fullscreen and then you are back to square one LOL
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