I rendered an image using the Render Regions add-on, and it turned out like this:
Here are my render settings:
Here are my Camera settings:
The first image was rendered using the Render Regions addon, with one row and column.
With Render Regions set to four rows, here is what the top fourth of the image looks like when rendered at %100:
Here's what it looks like when rendered at 60 something percent:
As you can see in the picture below, the region margin is as wide as the whole render dimension. Only the top region is selected. I used the Render Regions add-on to render four fourths of the image and the top fourth was rendered last. That picture is there to show you that Render Regions was rendering images as wide as the width of the render dimension.
Because there is a background image being used as the sky, Alpha, under Shading needs to be set to Transparent. I'm using Blender Internal Render.
A little bit of computer info: 128 MB graphics, 3.00 GB RAM; 1 Intel Core 2 Duo processor T2500 2.5 GHz (processor is just a lucky guess).