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Hello,

I just wanted to ask what does it mean when I see more outputs in Display/windows video?

When I put in Radeon RX 560 card, Aida shows like I have 7 outputs, but in fact that cards has only 3.

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I tried 2 different RX 560 cards and they both show 7 times in Aida windows video.

When I try put in Nvidia cards it shows the real number of outputs.

Interesting thing is that I experience mouse stutters and strange behaviour (for example drawing a simple line in painting software Krita loads the gpu to 50%) with RX 560 - same thing with the second rx 560, but with Nvidia cards there is no problem, and they run smooth.

 

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15 hours ago, Pepeg said:

Hello,

I just wanted to ask what does it mean when I see more outputs in Display/windows video?

When I put in Radeon RX 560 card, Aida shows like I have 7 outputs, but in fact that cards has only 3.

I tried 2 different RX 560 cards and they both show 7 times in Aida windows video.

When I try put in Nvidia cards it shows the real number of outputs.

Interesting thing is that I experience mouse stutters and strange behaviour (for example drawing a simple line in painting software Krita loads the gpu to 50%) with RX 560 - same thing with the second rx 560, but with Nvidia cards there is no problem, and they run smooth.

I suppose AMD drivers install as many video drivers as how many outputs in theory the video card is capable of supporting.

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