Windows 10: How to enable GPU Scaling in Radeon Software with the desired Scaling Mode

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    How to enable GPU Scaling in Radeon Software with the desired Scaling Mode


    When your monitor doesn’t support certain resolutions, you see images that don’t fit the screen completely or lack the sharpness you’d otherwise expect. It then becomes necessary to enable GPU scaling as it lets you experience fine-tuned graphics and image output regardless of the resolution. Here’s the trick to help you get started.

    Enable GPU Scaling in Radeon Software


    Gamers like to experience the best graphics possible but blurred or stretched-out images with bad resolutions can kill all their enthusiasm. GPU scaling is an option that can help them adjust the game’s aspect ratio according to their monitor’s resolution.

    1. Go to AMD Radeon Settings.
    2. Choose Display.
    3. Switch to GPU scaling.
    4. Toggle the GPU Scaling option to On.
    5. Select the desired mode from the Scaling mode setting.
    6. Save the settings and exit.

    With GPU scaling it’s possible to maintain high-quality image output on-screen

    Games that run on lower aspect ratios of 5:4 or 4:3 may appear stretched out with pixelated images on a 16:9 screen setting. If you have an AMD graphics card, you can control these settings and manage GPU scaling options via AMD Catalyst or via AMD Radeon Graphics.

    Before proceeding with the steps, you need to have your monitor directly attached to the graphics card adapter via DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort. In addition, the latest supported graphics driver for the AMD Graphics product must be installed.

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    On your Desktop screen, right-click in an empty space and choose AMD Radeon Settings.

    When the Setting window opens, switch to the Display tab. The tab allows you to configure display settings to optimize your viewing experience.

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    Under it, move to the GPU Scaling tile and toggle the GPU Scaling option to On position.

    How to enable GPU Scaling in Radeon Software with the desired Scaling Mode amd-radeon-scaling-mode.jpg

    Once GPU Scaling is activated, you’ll need to select the desired mode from the Scaling Mode drop-down menu. The following scaling modes are available.

    • Preserve aspect ratio – This mode expands the current image to the full size of the monitor while maintaining the aspect ratio of the image size by displaying black bars on the left and right sides.
    • Center – This option turns off image scaling and centers the current image for non-native resolutions. You will see a black border around the monitor.
    • Full panel – As the name suggests, the mode expands the current image to the full size of the monitor for non-native resolutions. You’ll see the screen stretching to fill the monitor.

    Choose the desired mode to apply the changes immediately and close Radeon Settings to exit.

    That’s all there is to it!

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  2. custom scaling documents for printing in windows 10.

    Hi,

    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.

    I understand your concern regarding the issue that you are facing.

    • How you trying to scale the documents?
    • Which application you are using for scaling the documents.

    I would suggest you to try the following steps and check if it helps.

    1. Press control key + p.

    2. Now select the number of pages you want to scale while printing.

    3. Click apply.

    4. Now click on print.

    Please try the above suggestions and let us know the status of the issue.
     
    Rajeshwari_Patil, Apr 23, 2021
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  3. Xylee Del Win User
    scales & applications

    Hello,

    Thank you for reaching out to us. Windows 10 may have encountered a display setting issue that caused this on your applications. For us to assist you better, kindly answer the following questions:

    • Have you made any recent changes prior to this issue?
    • What is the current build and version of your Windows 10? To check type in
      winver on the search bar and press Enter.
    • Have you used an external monitor previously?

    Meanwhile, we suggest that you check this article and perform the troubleshooting steps given to see if there will be any changes:

    Windows scaling issues for high-DPI devices.


    We'll be waiting for your reply.

    If you think this was useful, kindly mark it as answer to help fellow community members who are also experiencing the same issue.
     
    Xylee Del, Apr 23, 2021
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  4. zachoz26 Win User

    How to enable GPU Scaling in Radeon Software with the desired Scaling Mode

    scales & applications

    Hello,

    I followed the instructions in the article, and the problem was fixed.

    Thank you very much for your support!
     
    zachoz26, Apr 23, 2021
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