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Custom resolution & image size issue

Hello,

I have an Benq W2000 projector on an 16:9 screen. GPU is GTX 1060 via HDMI, Win10x64.

1.Cannot create [email protected] profile via custom resolution. It tells me it already exists. But in the panel only 120Hz is visible.

2.When selecting [email protected] I get a smaller projected screen. So too with 1280x768/800, but these are not 16:9.

Created a custom resolution with [email protected] which covers the entire screen, but I want @120 Hz. @119Hz the image is still smaller.

The only way I could get [email protected] to fill up the entire screen in this scenario is if I were to use the zoom on the projector.

Thank you.
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Hello,

I have an Benq W2000 projector on an 16:9 screen. GPU is GTX 1060 via HDMI, Win10x64.

1.Cannot create [email protected] profile via custom resolution. It tells me it already exists. But in the panel only 120Hz is visible.

2.When selecting [email protected] I get a smaller projected screen. So too with 1280x768/800, but these are not 16:9.

Created a custom resolution with [email protected] which covers the entire screen, but I want @120 Hz. @119Hz the image is still smaller.

The only way I could get [email protected] to fill up the entire screen in this scenario is if I were to use the zoom on the projector.

Thank you.
In nvidia control panel, [email protected] will exist already in the HDTV section not the pc section below. You do not need a custom resolution for it.

It could very well be that your benq is unable to process 120hz and auto zoom the resolution. Why aren't you running 1920x1080? Thats the default res of the projector.
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In nvidia control panel, [email protected] will exist already in the HDTV section not the pc section below. You do not need a custom resolution for it.

It could very well be that your benq is unable to process 120hz and auto zoom the resolution. Why aren't you running 1920x1080? Thats the default res of the projector.
Found the [email protected] in HDTV, covers the entire screen. 1080p can only do 60Hz.

I think I might have found the issue, the display does not support [email protected] It supports [email protected]
There is no handshake when going from [email protected] to 768/[email protected] Projector menu tells me it's always 1280x800 when running at @120 Hz.
1280x800 is not 16:9 so when adjusted to x720 there must be some kind of scaling.

In NVCP [email protected] covers the entire screen, while @120 Hz there are black bars top and bottom. Selecting Full-Screen @120 Hz stretches the image vertically to fit the x800.
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