DirectX issue with lower resolution

KorneliuszKorneliusz New Member Posts: 24
Hi,

I found some issue with DirectX applications on Windows 10.

When application set in lower resolution than 1920x1080 (eg. 1280x720 / fullscreen mode), graphics driver reset screen resolution to 1920x1080 and display application in centered position.

Setting the resolution to 1280x720 for desktop does not help, running application still reset resolution to 1920x1080

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Tested on stock drivers 20.19.15.3201 and newest 20.19.15.444 from Intel

Comments

  • David G.David G. New Member Posts: 1
    I can confirm that behavior : I have the exact same problem.
  • KorneliuszKorneliusz New Member Posts: 24
    Any informations?
  • Jacky KuoJacky Kuo New Member Posts: 70
    edited September 2016
    Hi Santyago,
    I think 1920*1080 should be the game's lowest suggestion resolution, so it will switch back even if you has set 1920*1080 resolution in graphic driver. You can try to adjust some possible scaling setting under "Intel HD graphic control panel" from "Application settings" to "Driver settings" to see if change setting works.

    Or might be the compatibility issue between the game and DirectX 12, you can test if the game can run 1280*720 resolution under Windows 10 with DirectX 12 on other platform.
  • Jacky KuoJacky Kuo New Member Posts: 70
    Hi Santyago,
    I think 1920*1080 should be the game's lowest suggestion resolution, so it will switch back even if you has set 1920*1080 resolution in graphic driver. You can try to adjust some possible scaling setting under "Intel HD graphic control panel" from "Application settings" to "Driver settings" to see if change setting works.

    Or might be the compatibility issue between the game and DirectX 12, you can test if the game can run 1280*720 resolution under Windows 10 with DirectX 12 on other platform.
  • Francesco IppolitoFrancesco Ippolito New Member Posts: 4
    I have the same problem too. Doesn't seems to be a solution about this.
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