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12-08-2013, 10:13 AM
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Hi there.

Having played around with the BF4 settings, I found the very nifty graphics scaling slider which allows you to render the game at a higher resolution and then downscale it to your monitors resolution.

However, this is a BF4 and other game specific feature, but I know for a fact that you can do the same with Nvidia GPUs and with some serious bodging on Radeon cards.

It's a great way to make your games look better, but AMD have no feature built into the Radeon driver to make this possible to do.

Would it be possible to have this built into RadeonPRO?

This is the only way it appears to work in newer drivers, with hex editing. With a RadeonPRO feature this could be automated, no?

This is the post:

(testing on 13.11 beta1)

You want the zip from here and follow instructions until it talks about registry editing

When I ran list.bat, it gave me adapterindex 0 and displayindex 5, so in the next step when you edit the values in customresolution.txt, I made those 0 and 5.

After that, I backed up my registry (just in case) and searched for ModeTimingOverrides (which led to ModeTimingOverrides_DVI_Conn12802 for me) and opened up the modify window

Check here

Click on spoiler under the setup you have and want to check the values and just match them up (they're all in order)

Rebooted and it's golden


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