AMD's Virtual Super Resolution on Manjaro

Hey people,
I was wonder how I can achieve higher resolutions than my physical resolution by using virtual upscaling. AMD has this feature in their software called “Virtual Super Resolution”, and when I’m on windows (I have windows and manjaro as dual boot and my card is AMD) I can just turn it on and it will let me set higher resolutions on Display Configuration settings in Windows. My physical resolution is 1366x768 and VSR lets me set my resolution up to 1920x1080. So I was wonder how can I achieve the same thing but on Manjaro cause I get more space on 1920x1080 than I do on 1366x768 and I don’t mind the blurriness at all. Thanks.

You use xrandr to create a virtual screen.

Exactly how you do, I don’t know.

I did a search with my favorite search engine

After bit of researching I found out about xrandr --scale option and it did the job for me so thank you.

xrandr --output "your display name" --scale 1.3x1.3 

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