Ok I called sceptre and they said wide is 16:9 and is the native for 1080p.
He thought the computer was overscanning and I also read about this when I googled "EDGES CUT OFF 1080P HDTV"
there are also a few more pages on the topic, I am not the only one. He told me to look into scaling in video card settings. I found something regarding nVidia scaling but it said when the resolution is SMALLER than the TV. Also, of the 4 options,
Use NVIDIA scaling
Use NVIDIA scaling with fixed-aspect ratio
*Use my displays built in scaling
Do not scale
they are all greyed out and * is my option for the 32" lcd. For the samsung, i can select any of the 4 but I have no need to.
Input is appreciated, but currently I am settling for VGA (not sure why I said settling, it looks great since i've been looking at a butchered 1080p res) and will start to tackle the issue of why the complimentary game that came with this card, COD world at war, crashes up launching.
What happened to products that do what they're supposed to first time around?
Anyone think I should go ATI?