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It seems that the Origin client does not scale with high resolution high DPI panels very well, this needs to be addressed.

 

https://hardcoregames.video.blog/2019/05/21/gtx-1060-4k-displayport/

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On the NVIDIA control panel, go to Display, Adjust desktop size and position, on the scaling tab choose Aspect ratio and Perform scaling on: GPU

 

It is possible that GPU scaling will help here. Thanks.

 

 

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Can you please let us know if the following post from EA_Tom helps you with this at all, thanks.

 

https://answers.ea.com/t5/Origin-Client-Web-Technical/Origin-4K-Scaling/m-p/7809101#M34630

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I have the scaling set to 100% as many games cannot work properly with it set to the default 150%

 

 

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On the NVIDIA control panel, go to Display, Adjust desktop size and position, on the scaling tab choose Aspect ratio and Perform scaling on: GPU

 

It is possible that GPU scaling will help here. Thanks.

 

 

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I would rather have EA simply fix the game loader to it can adapt to larger screen sizes and DPI.

 

Many games support 3840x2160 fine natively. A couple of games needed to have the ini file edited but that is par for the course with many titles as for many years LCD panels came in a very wide range of resolutions.

 

Modern games generally can support 3840x2160 out of the box and BF3 and up all do that fine.

 

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