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Not sure if this is thr right spot but..

New pc built, have a 6870 in it on a VH236. Only problem is at 1980x1020 the screen isnt full, there is a black box around it.
    
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You'll have to be a bit more specific. What program are you using? Screenshot plz?
    
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Its the desktop. The programs itself are full screen, even ole 800x600 Diablo 2.
    
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Originally Posted by Domenic71 View Post
Not sure if this is thr right spot but..

New pc built, have a 6870 in it on a VH236. Only problem is at 1980x1020 the screen isnt full, there is a black box around it.

Open CCC and root around for the scaling options.

Should be under my digital flat panels.
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Open CCC and root around for the scaling options.

Should be under my digital flat panels.
Worked. Thank you very much.
    
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Originally Posted by Domenic71 View Post
Worked. Thank you very much.
Weird
I've never had to manually adjust the scaling options.
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I have to manually adjust it every time I switch from DVI to HDMI. It kind of sucks. =(
    
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^^Yep, it's the hdmi.
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