Topic Title: Third Monitor Resolution Issues
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Created On: 07/16/2014 09:07 PM
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 07/16/2014 09:07 PM
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I am running three ASUS 24" Monitors on my office PC.  AMD Radeon HD 7700 Display Adaptor and the monitors are using a Generic PcP Monitor driver. Running Windows 8. One monitor is connected using the DVI port (works perfectly), one on a normal HDMI (poor resolution) and the third on the mini HDMI Port with an active display adaptor (works perfectly).  I am using Catalyst Control Centre and have the display extended.  In Desktop Properties Display 1 & 3 are set at HDTV 1080P @ 60Hz.  The problem I have is the monitor connected to the normal HDMI port has very poor resolution. Changing the scaling has no effect.  If I swap the cables over the resolution issue moves with changes.   Any assistance would be appreciated.  Having three monitors is pointless when I can't really see the third on.  My work relies on detail so it's pretty frustrating.  Thanks

 07/17/2014 01:54 AM
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at the moment there seems to be an HDMI problem-in the driver, hope it is behopen in the next driver'm with HDMI extremely many problems because I only use 2 monitor with DVI and that is extremely well ...


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