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I heed some help please?

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Catalyst Drivers Section' started by topcat77, Mar 23, 2018.

  1. topcat77

    topcat77 Master Guru

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    I have not had this msi rx570 8gb gpu very long, in fact not own a amd one in some years. So I don't think I have the driver setup correctly. I have the 18.3.3 driver right now. Is there a simple tutorial how to use/setup these drivers? Thanks.
     
  2. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    Why do you not think the driver is setup correctly
     
  3. topcat77

    topcat77 Master Guru

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    I have a game only one and newest game that has a strange screen mode. The game is prepar3d. I have asked about the game setup from many who confirm I have the settings (graphics) in game set correctly. So I'm looking at the graphics driver to see if maybe something isn't set properly.

    The issue is that when I'm in the game menu I'm fine. When I go to launch the game the screen is no longer the full screen but a small 1/3 size of the screen.

    Since I have no ideal what some of these driver settings do like HDMI scaling and virtual resolution to name a couple.
     
  4. Noisiv

    Noisiv Ancient Guru

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    Sometimes a game can start in a wrong display mode (windowed for example). Go to game settings, chose Full Screen, and Apply.
    Or if the game is low budget or indie, sometimes there are no Display Settings at all. In that case try simultaneously hitting "ALT" and "Enter" keys. This should make the game toggle between Full Screen/Windowed

    Virtual resolution can be used to render at higher resolution than your monitor is capable of.
    Don't fiddle with driver settings unless necessary, or unless you like to tinker.
     

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