Amd Eyefinity Driver Download Install Update
AMD's Eyefinity technology is a technological marvel when it's setup - giving you so much more desktop real estate, and the utter eye-popping goodness it provides in games doesn't need to be reiterated. We've written a guide to walk you through this setup, but you'd obviously need a few things to get to this stage, and run Eyefinity.
Let's talk about that first. Eyefinity is a multi-display technology from AMD that works with many different video outputs, but has a reliance on one technology in particular - DisplayPort. AMD's Eyefinity technology won't work without it, so if you're building a new machine and don't have the monitors yet - be careful with your purchases.
Firstly, you'll need to visit the Catalyst Control Center, which can be accessed by right clicking your desktop and selecting it. Next, you'll want to select which type of layout you'd like for your monitors.
After you've clicked continue, your monitors will flicker on and off and voila - Eyefinity is enabled. Once you've done this, one of your monitors will display blue, where you'll click the corresponding monitor in CCC. Once you've done this, click 'Done'. You're now running an AMD Eyefinity multi-display setup! From here, there's a few changes you can do to make it better, and make it suit your system and setup more.
In here, you can change the resolution of your setup - you won't want to do this, but you never know. Running your monitors at the native resolution is always best. The refresh rate can be changed here, so if you're like me and running all Hz monitors, you'll need to force it to Hz.
The next step you can play with is the positioning of your Windows Taskbar by clicking the 'Position Windows Taskbar' option. In here, you can choose to have your Taskbar on a single monitor, versus being stretched across all three monitors.
Next, you can adjust bezel compensation - this is done by selecting 'Adjust Bezel Compensation' on the left menu once more. Within the Adjust Bezel Compensation menu, you can adjust the way the bezels between your screens work - removing the pixels or adding them, depending on your setup.
Play around with this until you get it right, or leave it alone. You can adjust your Eyefinity setups resolution by clicking 'Customize Eyefinity Desktop Resolution'. This is something I warned above before, to not change - but if you want to, you can. You can see the 'Current Desktop Resolution' is a custom resolution, thanks to the Bezel Compensation we played with before.
One of the final steps, is to 'Set Preferred Display'. This will make once of your displays the primary one, which is easier to manage things as your center 2 screen will be the main one in front of you. And now we're done!
Your Eyefinity setup is complete, and you're ready to start using it! Get into some of those games, I suggest Battlefield 3 first! From this point onward, we'll walk you through the guide. Submit a Tweakipedia user submitted tip or guide! Use the form below to submit your own tip or guide - we may publish it on TweakTown.
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As soon as I set the Eyefinity group on the 3x1 monitors in Windows 10 Catalyst Only part of the screen can be reached by the mouse pointer, and the pointer is being shown in the wrong place. Without Eyefinity, Windows 10 recognises the 3 monitors, and it works decently, but full screen is limited to each single monitor. All 3 monitors are rotated by 90 degrees, so this may be part of the problem. I did the rotation in the Windows 10 system configuration, and it seems this doesnt work with the Catalyst settings. But returning to standard in windows settings and using only catalyst doesnt work either.
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Once you boot into windows, install the latest Catalyst drivers Once you have arrived in the OS, start up the Catalyst control suite. You'll now spot a plethora of monitors, in our case three of them. For your desktop purposes, first arrange them in the proper order. To arrange the displays in your group there is no need to physically move or re-wire your displays. A wizard is provided to arrange the display surfaces included in your Display Group.