Triple screen setup

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  1. giovanesaggio

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    Hi guys,
    I have a big issue in setting up triple screen with rF2. I don't want to use nVidia Sorround but I can't find and alternative. In Assetto Corsa, for example, I set the game to run in windowed mode and manually set the resolution to 5670x1080: is there a way to do this in rF2 too?
    I also considered softth, but unfortunately seems to be DX9 only:(
    Thank you for the support;)
     
  2. danove_b

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    You can do the same in RF2. You just have to make a custom resolution in your graphic card settings (5760x1080). Then that resolution will be available in RF2 video settings.
     
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    I have moved to VR now, but before that I was running a 5760 x 600 window.
     
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    This is not Sorround? Or maybe is something different? I don't want to use that:oops:
     
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    It works! Thank you very very very very much mate!:D
     
  7. Sim_Dude

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    I am also curious how to do this without Surround. I cannot see the image that danove_b posted.

    HELP.

    John
     
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    Go to: rFactor 2\UserData
    Open Config_DX11.ini. Change the line CustomVidRes=(5760, 1080) to what you want.
     
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    I will try that when I get home.

    I just don't like using Surround because I also flight sim too and having all 3 screens kills frame rates.

    Thanks,
    John
     
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    I have it set to the following:

    CustomVidRes=(7680, 1440)

    Max in game graphics is 2560x1440.

    John
     
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    @Sim_Dude
     
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    Are you in windowed or full screen mode?

    Try the following in the Config_DX_11.INI:

    WindowedMode=1
     
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    Custom resolution test. Custom resolution 7680x1440 at 144Hz is not supported by your display.

    John
     
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    BOOM!!! Fixed it. Now to get my F1S wheel programmed and get used to the new program.

    John
     

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