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Hi Guys,

 

 I am trying to hit 1920 x 1080 on the HD 7750 with an Acer 20" LED - DVI , somehow if I hit 1920 x 1080 "Input not Supported" now this is funny because on my laptop which has a GT525m I can hit 2560 res. and I am using it in FSx , X plane is a different game where the GPU is concerned. 

 

 I am done with AMD stuff now. But if someone here can help me out that would be great.

 

The HD 7750 is the desktop and the GT525m is the laptop one.

 

Omega Catalyst 14.12

 

Need more info please feel free to ask.

 

Thanks

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A specific model number for the Acer display would be helpful.

 

A brief glance at newegg shows only 2 20" Acer models, both of which support 1600x900 native resolution.

 

If your display does not support 1080p, then your only option would be to downsample using a third party tool, which probably wouldn't look so good at the native res anyway.

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It's a SL200.

 

I can't find this model anywhere, though the S200 does show up here and there, again, with a max res of 1600x900.

 

I'd bet at this point that it is the monitor that doesn't support 1080p, and has nothing to do with AMD/Catalyst.

 

Maybe try searching for your display yourself, and post back if you find anything.

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I can't find this model anywhere, though the S200 does show up here and there, again, with a max res of 1600x900.

 

I'd bet at this point that it is the monitor that doesn't support 1080p, and has nothing to do with AMD/Catalyst.

 

Maybe try searching for your display yourself, and post back if you find anything.

 

 

Oops typo.

 

It's a S200HL. 

 

I have used this on the laptop + VGA and I have gone above 1500x900 with the Nvidia GPU.

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Oops typo.

 

It's a S200HL. 

 

I have used this on the laptop + VGA and I have gone above 1500x900 with the Nvidia GPU.

 

Ahh, ok, yes that is a 1600x900 display. (link)

 

Your laptop may allow you to scale the image to whatever resolution, but that monitor is not capable of displaying any higher than 1600x900, no matter what you set the output resolution to. There are physically only 1600x900 pixels present.

 

Sorry I can't be of more help, but I guess I'm having a hard time understanding what the issue is. Do you want to force a higher resolution than your monitor is capable of displaying ? If so, this tool may be what you are looking for, though I'm not sure how that will look at 1600x900. Most use that tool in a similar fashion to DSR (nV) or VSR (AMD) to downsample from UHD to HD, etc.

 

Having never owned a laptop I can't say for sure what the scaling methods are, but on desktops with discrete graphics, third party tools were for some time the only way to achieve downsampling, with official methods only becoming available somewhat recently for both AMD and nVidia.

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@Brian

 

Yes sir I want to force a res of 1920 x 1080 .

 

Let me check the tool.

 

Thanks Brian will report back.

 

LOL I want to force it to 1920 x 1080 for X plane :)

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