Posts made by DaigenD
I found a solution on these forums and it worked for me!!
I just found a fix that worked for me see if it will work for you but you have to turn off the 4k-144Hz option the monitor it self. Once you have done that it will correct it self to be full-screen.
The 4k-144Hz is under the system setting on the monitor.
So you need to go into the menu on the monitor itself
- Click bottom joystick button on monitor
- Click it again to go to "Menu"
- Scroll down to "System", Click joystick to enter section
- Scroll down to "4k-144Hz Mode", Click joystick to edit
- Change to "Off"
I had to do this while in the game. If you do this outside the game it will switch back to "On"
But now I'm at set in-game to 3820x2160 (native) and 120Hx (native). With the "4k 144Hz Mode" set to on I didn't have the "(native)" label on the resolution and refresh rate in-game. With it "Off" I now have that label.
Same issue here with the letterbox format at Fullscreen or Borderless on a 4k HDR monitor.
Monitor: Acer Predator XB273K GP (3840x2160, 120Hz, HDR on, G-Sync on)
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 2080 Ti (with current GeForce driver: 457.30)
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
RAM: 16 GB
Motherboard: Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi)
Hard drive: SSD
OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, DX 12
If I have the in-game setting set to "Borderless" or "Fullscreen" I get the letterbox format. If I set it to "Windowed" the letterbox is gone. I can adjust the window to almost fullscreen but I still have the window panes top bar. If I maximize the window the letterbox comes back.
I've tried different resolutions, refresh rates, HDR on/off in the game and system/OS level and nothing has removed the letterbox. I tried forcing the scaling mode in the Nvidia Control Panel to override the games/programs and that didn't help either.