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Need Help! GTX 770 Resolution issue in Metro Last Light

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by N3trox, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. N3trox New Member

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    Hey fellas i recently bought a Zotac GTX 770. I went to store with my pc to test the card at first hand. We connected the pc to a 18.5 inch monitor wihhch had 1366x768 resolution. So the game automatically set the resolution to 1366x768. It functioned properly so i went home. I have. Before having this card I was playing Metro Last Light with my old HD 7870 on 1920x1080 resolution on my 22 inch monitor too. Whatever after i came back and connected the pc (with GTX 770) the resolution option was still at 1366x768 so i changed it to 1920x1080 but the letters and stuff it's like they stuck at 1366x768. They should be smaller and look more away but they huge and so close. It's like the whole screen is 16:9 but the writings are at 4:3 option. So weird. So shortyl i can't change the game to regular 16:9 option. Also FoV in the game got shitty too. Here is a screenshot maybe it can tell you what's wrong. All help are appreciated thanks a lot!

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    Nobody to help? Really?
     
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    It might help to uninstall your monitor from the device manager, then restart the computer.

    Try reinstalling video drivers.
     
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    Hi

    Assuming the;
    res for the desktop is set to 1080p
    *ingame res has been set to 1080p

    Check windows monitor drivers
    Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Display\Screen Resolution\Advanced settings [Monitor tab] ensure windows has detected the correct P&P driver and or load a driver for the monitor.

    +1 erocker, uninstall and reinstall drivers for the vga card

    atb (all the best)

    Law-II
     

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