Originally posted by: /dev/null When I do this however, the options under the "enable gpu scaling" box are still greyed out and the resolution is simply stretched across the entire screen.
1. Change your resolution to anything lower than native.
2. Set GPU scaling options in CCC.
3. Apply settings.
4. Set resolution back to native.
Note: If 1080p is still grayed out (shouldn't be), use something lower, like 640x480 or anything. It's a global setting for all resolutions below native.
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