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Okay so I'm trying to create an Eyefinity setup but for some reason the way I am doing it it says its not allowed.

I have it so that its HDMI output to HDMI on TV and DVI to a monitor.
The monitor max res is 1920x1080 while the tv is 1920x1200.
Could the resolution be an issue?

I want to be able to do 2 HDMI and Single DVI Monitors, but CCC is telling me that the displays are not set up correctly. I feel that the resolution is an issue, but I am not sure.

Any help is greatly appreciated, Thanks!
     
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tv 1200p? are you sure?

the 1200p should be able to scale down to 1080. i know that because sometimes i do my 1200p eyefinity wrong and include my 30" monitor by mistake, and eyefinity brings it down to 1920x1200 like the other monitors.
    
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it does scale down to 1080p but as of right now i am using an hdmi out and a DVI out from my sigrig. it says the monitor may not be configured correctly so it won't let me do eyefinity.
     
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try google your speicific problem and the error.
i googled and i saw one solution being... unplug and replug and then try correct bezels.



of course once you find your solution tell us what you did..


it's been a while since i got an error. or a similar error. it had someething to do with resolution trying to mix monitors with different resolutions. 24" in portrait and 30" in landscape.
    
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Originally Posted by Remix65 View Post

try google your speicific problem and the error.
i googled and i saw one solution being... unplug and replug and then try correct bezels.

The thing is that it won't even let me get into correct bezels. It just says that my monitor may be configured incorrectly and it doesn't let me arrange my eyefinity setup
     
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try disconnecting one monitor from window's screen resolution...
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DJDannyV View Post

Okay so I'm trying to create an Eyefinity setup but for some reason the way I am doing it it says its not allowed.
I have it so that its HDMI output to HDMI on TV and DVI to a monitor.
The monitor max res is 1920x1080 while the tv is 1920x1200.
Could the resolution be an issue?
I want to be able to do 2 HDMI and Single DVI Monitors, but CCC is telling me that the displays are not set up correctly. I feel that the resolution is an issue, but I am not sure.
Any help is greatly appreciated, Thanks!


 

A reference design 6970 has 1 DVI-I-DL, 1 DI-D-SL, 1 HDMI and 2 Mini DisplayPort.

 

You CAN NOT use HDMI and DVI-D-SL at the same time because it shares TMDS and one clock signal.

 

For 3 monitors, one must have native DisplayPort input or you will need Mini DP-DVI Single Link Active Adapter. No other way around it. That's how Eyefinity works with your 6970.

 


Accell B087B-006B UltraAV Mini DisplayPort to DVI-D Single-Link ...

 

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Like Ken 1679 said above you must use a Display port to use three monitors. There is no way around it. biggrin.gif
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Quote from AMD Eyefinity FAQs

How many non-DisplayPort monitors can I use with an AMD Eyefinity technology-enabled graphics card?
You can connect up to two non-DisplayPort monitors at one time to an AMD Eyefinity technology-enabled graphics card using non-DisplayPort connections or passive DisplayPort dongles. To enable and drive 3 or more non-DisplayPort monitors at one time, the additional non-DisplayPort monitors must be connected with an active DisplayPort dongle.

and you must use an active DP.

What's the difference between active DisplayPort dongles and passive DisplayPort dongles?
Passive dongles use the DisplayPort connection to receive non-DP signaling from the connector and they 'passively' adjust the signals to be compliant with the connected monitor. Passive dongles are considered legacy connections, not DisplayPort connections, therefore they do not fulfill the DisplayPort connection requirement mentioned previously and cannot be used to enable 3 or more displays. They do, however, offer an affordable solution to adapt legacy displays to DisplayPort connections.

Active dongles use true DisplayPort signaling to 'actively' translate and re-transmit the signals as the required outputs. Because they use the true DisplayPort signaling, they are considered a DisplayPort connection and meet the requirements to enable 3 or more displays.

DisplayPort to DL-DVI dongles require an external power supply which is usually through a separate USB connection (the USB connection must meet the USB 'high power' specification).
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Okay so I got the adapter mentioned above, but it only supports a resolution of 3840x1024 when in eyefinity. Is there any way to fix this? Or is it just the adapter?
     
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