I'm running the 64-bit version of Windows 10, version 1703 and Intel 530 integrated graphics. I have been having problems with my aftermarket GPU the last few months, and during the course of uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers, I noticed that my resolution as listed in Display settings (within Windows 10) are different than what is listed in Speccy.
For the sake of this question, I have uninstalled the GPU/associated drivers and am running my integrated graphics (Intel 530). I have both of my monitors set at the native resolution of 1080p (1920 by 1080). In Windows 10 Display settings under Scale and Layout, I have the "size of text, apps, and other items" set to 150% (recommended). When I look at the resolution in Speccy, it tells me that the Current Resolution and Work resolution are 1280x720 and 1280x680 respectively. When I switch the Scaling in Display Settings (size of text, apps...) to 100% (where the resolution is still set at 1920x1080), Speccy shows the Current/Work Resolution to be 1920x1080 and 1920x1040 respectively.
This never happened before (I noticed it just now). In the past, whether using my integrated graphics, the first aftermarket GPU I bought, or the current aftermarket GPU, the resolution has always matched from Display Settings to Speccy, and I have always had the scaling set to 150%. Is it showing the resolution in Speccy as 1280x720 because the text, etc. is "magnified" in the scaling section of Display settings, and if so, why was this never an issue before now?
Please advise. Again, I've uninstalled the aftermarket card and all of the related drivers and am running the [factory] integrated graphics to simplify this question.
Here's the 150% scaling
And the 100% scaling