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My monitor is not Full HD native. But in games I can force to 1920x1080 normally. Browser tasks and reading in this resolution in the desktop it is not pleasant but in games I I believe that there is no drastic loss of quality.

 

Changing the Desktop resolution (1360x768) to Full HD in squad in startup and in the configs it is problematic as hell.

 

I barely can write what happens.

 

Green bars showing constantly, flicking, to the top of the bottom of the screen.

Wrong screen escalation, full maximized  and zoomed. Running in Full HD but with the escalation of 1360x768.

 

And some other very stressful glitches.


It is so hard to fix that? That happens since I bought squad.

Sorry about the english.

 

I7 7700

1070TI

16RAM

 

 

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Hello and welcome to Squad @doug8756,

 

use your native resolution in windows and in game.

be sure to turn scaling off in windows.

 

use ingame supersampling (up to 2x) to increase the visual quality. - your 1070Ti should be able to handle it at 1360x768 native resolution.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Smee said:

That's got to be an old monitor.

great contribution to the topic. /s

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2 hours ago, beginna said:

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great contribution to the topic. /s

 

Beginna quite right, I should have been more helpful.

 

The 1070ti is a £600- 700 GFX and you have a monitor that cant run in native 1920x1080.  At the best you should update your Monitor this would improve look of your games and maximise the massive expense of have a cutting edge card. £100 -200  would bring your system update and stop little issues. Monitors are a big investment but are normally the longest piece of equipment that doesn't get upgraded. 

 

I spend £600 on a 34" ultra wide and not regretted it. If you have the interest in playing PC games any update would be a good addition. 

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"Smee" -At the best you should update your Monitor.

That is impossible right now. That's why I created this topic. But I will in the future.

I got this PC because I really don't see the drastic change in games from Full HD native and the reschedule one. If exists, I do not care that much.

 

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"beginna" - 

use your native resolution in windows and in game.

be sure to turn scaling off in windows.

Squad it is the only game that happens so glitched. I play in the Full HD reschedule resolution in all another games.

Playing in HD it is horrible. It doesn't matter the config

 

It is a bug from the game, and not my monitor at all. 

 

 

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On 25.2.2018 at 6:44 AM, doug8756 said:

Green bars showing constantly, flicking, to the top of the bottom of the screen.

I'd try another NVIDIA driver. use DDU to fully remove the old one.

 

 

 

 

I am still confused. I'll try to clarify:

On 25.2.2018 at 6:44 AM, doug8756 said:

My monitor is not Full HD native [1360x768]. But in games I can force to 1920x1080 normally.

8 hours ago, doug8756 said:

I play in the Full HD reschedule resolution in all another games.

ok. I think you are talking about the process of Downsampling or Super Sampling. Meaning, it renders a game at a higher, more detailed resolution and intelligently shrinks the result back down to the resolution of your monitor.

 

  1. You can achieve that either with in game options
  2. or with DSR. https://www.geforce.com/hardware/technology/dsr/technology

regarding option 1 in Squad:

21 hours ago, beginna said:

use ingame supersampling (up to 2x) to increase the visual quality. - your 1070Ti should be able to handle it at 1360x768 native resolution.

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