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Resolution 1920x1080 but still black borders on my new screen.

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January 25, 2014 5:09:15 AM

So I just got the Asus VS248H LED Monitor and everything was going fine until I turned it on and saw that the resolution is set to 1920x1080 (which is recommended) but still a huge gap or a black border is surrounding the screen noticing that the text and everything is clear and sharp in this resolution. How can i get that to go full screen without the borders and to be sharp as well? Help would be appreciated :) 
P.S : I have the latest driver. My GPU is Gigabyte R9 270x
January 25, 2014 5:12:50 AM

have you tried using the positioning on the monitor to stretch the image to the corners of the monitor ? some have a button to adjust the H. position and the V. Position .
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January 25, 2014 5:13:00 AM

Make it auto adjust? Make sure your desktop resolution is set to 1080p.
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January 25, 2014 5:18:45 AM

AMD Catalyst control centre can adjust the screen edges for you.
You may need to increase overscan.
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January 25, 2014 5:26:00 AM

excursion said:
have you tried using the positioning on the monitor to stretch the image to the corners of the monitor ? some have a button to adjust the H. position and the V. Position .

I tried but it's already at the max and I can't stretch it more than that.I mean there's nothing wrong with the screen the edges work perfectly because the edit box got over them and and didn't disappear in the black borders. soo

huilun02 said:
Make it auto adjust? Make sure your desktop resolution is set to 1080p.


I did try that but I ended up with the same thing(black borders)

VincentP said:
AMD Catalyst control centre can adjust the screen edges for you.
You may need to increase overscan.

I can't find the Overscan in version 13.12 CCC
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January 25, 2014 5:32:32 AM

go in the catalyst control center and see if increasing overscan helps. It did the trick for me when I had the same problem.
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January 25, 2014 5:40:20 AM

OnkelCannabia said:
go in the catalyst control center and see if increasing overscan helps. It did the trick for me when I had the same problem.


THANK YOU BOSS!
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March 1, 2014 9:45:28 PM

For me, the scaling options were set to something nonzero. When I set the slider to 0% then the bars went away. (Control Center > My Digital Flat-Panels > Scaling Options)
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March 18, 2014 2:42:39 AM

VincentP said:
AMD Catalyst control centre can adjust the screen edges for you.
You may need to increase overscan.


Thanks man! Worked for me. mine was set to "minus 10%" and i havn't touched that button before. :) 
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