How To Play Stretched Resolution in Valorant on Every GPU

You can easily play stretched resolution in Valorant, but the way of setting it up will depend on the GPU that you have.

Updated on Sep 05, 2023
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How To Play Stretched Resolution in Valorant on Every GPU

Stretched resolutions have been a topic of discussion in the Valorant community for a very long time. Especially with the CS2 (CSGO) vs Valorant debate since CS: GO players are more accommodated with stretched resolution.

So naturally, some CS: GO players would want to change back to stretched resolution while other Valorant-only players would like to try it out. That’s why we’ll check out how you can play in stretched resolution in Valorant!


Stretched resolution in Valorant

How to Play in Stretched Resolution Valorant?

If you want to play stretched resolution in Valorant, there’s only 1 legitimate way you can do it, and that is if you tweak the graphics card settings. You’ll have to set up your own resolutions to play Valorant in on your GPU settings, so next, we’ll check out how to play stretched resolution Valorant for NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel GPU users.

Setup Valorant Stretched Resolution for NVIDIA GPU Users

If you’re using an NVIDIA graphics card, then this solution to set stretch res in Valorant is for you. Depending on your settings, especially if you have TenZ’s settings, you may have a different approach to set custom resolutions to get that Valorant stretched resolution.

Nevertheless, here’s how you can set a stretched resolution if you have an NVIDIA GPU:

  1. Right-click on your Desktop and select NVIDIA Control Panel
  2. Select Adjust desktop size and position on the left
  3. Check the Aspect ratio option
  4. Make sure Override the scaling mode is turned off
  5. In the Preview section, select the highest resolution and refresh rate
  6. Click on Apply, then search for Manage 3D settings on the left
  7. Make sure the DSR-Factors option is OFF
  8. Select Change resolution on the left
  9. Click on Customize
  10. Make sure Enable resolutions not exposed by the display is turned off
  11. Click on Create Custom Resolution
  12. Change the Horizontal pixels and Vertical lines for a stretched res
  13. Recommended stretched custom resolution: 1440x1080, 1280x1024
  14. Click on Test, then click on Yes
  15. Select OK
  16. Open the Valorant game and open the Valorant settings
  17. Select the Video General tab, and set the resolution to the custom one you made
  18. Click on Apply

Valorant Stretched Resolution NVIDIA GPU

Setup Valorant Stretched Resolution for AMD GPU Users

If you’re using an AMD Graphics Card, then this solution to set stretch res in Valorant is for you. 

  1. Make sure you download the AMD Radeon graphics app
  2. Right-click on your Desktop and open AMD Radeon Software
  3. Press the Settings Gear icon on the top right
  4. Select the Display section
  5. Click on Custom Resolutions and click on Create New
  6. Set your stretched resolution on the top
  7. Recommended stretched resolutions: 1440x1080, 1280x1024
  8. Set the Timing Display option to your stretched resolution
  9. Click on Create and Save the resolution
  10. Open Valorant, then open the Valorant settings
  11. Select the Video tab above, then the General tab a bit below
  12. Change the resolution to your custom one, then select Apply

Valorant Stretched Resolution AMD GPU

However, note that this solution won’t work for outdated old PCs, laptops, and old AMD graphics cards, so you won’t be able to enjoy that stretched resolution this way. However, if this sounds like your case, you might still want to consider checking out the best graphics settings in Valorant, as well as our guide on how to get more FPS in Valorant.

Setup Valorant Stretched Resolution for Intel GPU Users

If you’re using an Intel Graphics Card, then this solution to set stretch res in Valorant is for you. Intel graphics card users are often forgotten, but even then there’s still a way you can set a custom resolution to play the game with the hottest Valorant Agents.

Here’s how you set a stretched resolution if you have an Intel GPU:

  1. Make sure to download the Intel Graphics Command Center
  2. Open the Intel Graphics Command Center app
  3. Select the Display option on the left
  4. Make sure you’ve selected the General tab
  5. Click on the plus located right after the Resolution option
  6. Select Okay if asked
  7. Set the Width and Height to your stretched custom resolution
  8. Recommended stretched resolutions: 1440x1080, 1280x1024
  9. Set the Refresh rate to how much your monitor can handle
  10. Click on Okay
  11. Open Valorant, then the game’s settings
  12. Select the Video tab, then the General tab
  13. Change the resolution to the custom one you set
  14. Click on Apply

Valorant Stretched Resolution Intel Graphics

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