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    I have a (second) display whose native resolution is 1920 x 360 that I would like to use in Windows 10, help?

    I'll give this a shot; however, I'm able to see a clear image at 60hz. The reason I mention it looks bad is because it is a) only showing me 1/3 of whatever resolution I choose, or b) trying to fit the image on the monitor which requires stretching of epic proportions.
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    I have a (second) display whose native resolution is 1920 x 360 that I would like to use in Windows 10, help?

    It allowed me to create a custom resolution within CRU, but that resolution was not an option from within the Windows resolution selection or within Catalyst's resolution selection.
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    I have a (second) display whose native resolution is 1920 x 360 that I would like to use in Windows 10, help?

    I mention in my OP that I used CRU and it did not work.
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    I have a (second) display whose native resolution is 1920 x 360 that I would like to use in Windows 10, help?

    It's my understanding (admittedly limited) that they CAN be used in daisy chain to create a 1x3 display (the support site says "...support up to...", but don't NEED to be. In fact, the previous use that I salvaged it from was a 3x1 display, making it effectively 5760x360. I guess my overarching...
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    I have a (second) display whose native resolution is 1920 x 360 that I would like to use in Windows 10, help?

    Hi all, mostly tech competent here but I can't find an answer to this. I have two displays running Windows 10. 1) Acer B346C running at 2560 x 1080 on HDMI which works perfectly. 2) Bluefin 24" with a native resolution of 1920 x 360 on HDMI (it is 24" diagonal, but 5" in height), however...
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    I have a (second) display whose native resolution is 1920 x 360 that I would like to use in Windows 10, help?

    Hi all, mostly tech competent here but I can't find an answer to this. I have two displays running Windows 10. 1) Acer B346C running at 2560 x 1080 on HDMI which works perfectly. 2) Bluefin 24" with a native resolution of 1920 x 360 on HDMI (it is 24" diagonal, but 5" in height), however...
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