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triple monitor setup wont give me my max resolution

i just got my first triple monitor setup going and i wanted to try nvidia surround. ive got 3 lg 2560 by 1080 displays 2 on displayport and 1 on hdmi.

For some reason the nvidia control panel wont let me use the max resolution of these combined displays (7560x1080).

im running these specs:

- gtx 1080ti

- i7 6700k

- 16gb ddr4 ram

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it goes to 5760x1080 and it doesnt fill my right monitor up fully, it makes it look like a 720p 16:9.

it does fill up the middle and the left monitor

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2 minutes ago, TheForeigner said:

it goes to 5760x1080 and it doesnt fill my right monitor up fully, it makes it look like a 720p 16:9.

it does fill up the middle and the left monitor

In theorie your total resolution is supported by nvidia (as said on the product page: 7.680 x 4.320 at 60Hz 

with 2 dp displays

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yes it, but the two displayport monitors are connected through hdmi to displayport cables.

all three monitors are lg's with only hdmi ports on them.

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1 minute ago, TheForeigner said:

yes it, but the two displayport monitors are connected through hdmi to displayport cables.

all three monitors are lg's with only hdmi ports on them.

So, maybe the hdmi port of the 1080ti doesnt supports surround with 2560x1080 displays

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i feel really stupid now i havent tried that yet, gonna get a cable and see if it works, ill keep you guys posted.

 

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