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Stephen Simpson

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Hi Folks,

Scenario as follows:

Screen1 2560x1440 - Primary Screen

Screen2 1920x1080

Elgato 1920x1080

When using windows, photoshop and the like screen 1 displays 2560x1440

When using P3D Screen 1 drops to 1920x1080.  How is this happening.

The Elgato is constantly mirroring screen 1 at all times.

Puzzled

Thanks

Steve.


Stephen Simpson

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Don't think you can do multimonitor at different resolutions.

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1 hour ago, itsjase said:

Don't think you can do multimonitor at different resolutions.

Yes you can, all day long. I run 3840x2160  on one and 1920x1200 on the other.

 

However I seem to recall someone who had the same issue and it turned out that elgatyo was the problem. Don't use it so can't say for sure.

Vic


 

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1 hour ago, vgbaron said:

Yes you can, all day long. I run 3840x2160  on one and 1920x1200 on the other.

 

However I seem to recall someone who had the same issue and it turned out that elgatyo was the problem. Don't use it so can't say for sure.

Vic

Do you use seperate windows? Cause I know for a stretched view atleast the resolutions need to match.

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4 hours ago, itsjase said:

Do you use seperate windows? Cause I know for a stretched view atleast the resolutions need to match.

Yes,  separate windows. You are correct that stretched need to be the same.

Vic


 

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Yup, I run 4k and 1080p. Elgato is the issue. Ditch it. 


David Graham, Network+, Cisco CSE, Cisco Unity Support Specialist, A+, CCNA

 

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5 hours ago, itsjase said:

Do you use seperate windows? Cause I know for a stretched view atleast the resolutions need to match.

But they don't

 


David Graham, Network+, Cisco CSE, Cisco Unity Support Specialist, A+, CCNA

 

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Ok so it looks like im ditching the HD60S for a HD4K version.

GRRR


Stephen Simpson

Systems: XP-11 System: I7 8700K 4.8Ghz,32GB 3000 DDR4 RAM,1x1TB SSD,Geforce GTX1080ti 11GB,Windows 10.

Utilities System: Surface Book 2, I7, GTX1050, 16GBRAM, 500GB SSD, Windows 10.

 

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3 hours ago, Stephen Simpson said:

Ok so it looks like im ditching the HD60S for a HD4K version.

GRRR

You might want to try an HDMI splitter cable instead of using it for pass-through...


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