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The display doesn't go right to the edges on max resolution, I am running through the HDMI port, is this normal or is there any way I can sort this out?
post #2 of 7
scaling option should be in your CCC. that should do it
post #3 of 7
What is the screen size, model, and is there black bars at the sides or top/bottom. Then we can help you.
    
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Go into catalyst control center and find the overscan/underscan option and you can adjust it from there to perfectly match your monitor smile.gif
Edited by IzninjaFTW - 7/29/11 at 2:14am
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post #5 of 7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TA4K;14389379 
What is the screen size, model, and is there black bars at the sides or top/bottom. Then we can help you.

Monitor is in my specs.

The black bars are all around, like a boarder.
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Originally Posted by IzninjaFTW;14389380 
Go into catalyst control center and find the overscan/underscan option and you can adjust it from there to perfectly match your monitor smile.gif

Thanks that worked a charm.
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Originally Posted by r4yne;14389423 
Monitor is in my specs.

The black bars are all around, like a boarder.

Move the slider to do scaling. See pic below.
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