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GTX 570 display issue; new build help

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September 30, 2011 12:23:34 AM

I just finished my first build and im setting up everything, installing drivers, OS etc. Im using my 42" Panasonic Plasma as my monitor for the moment. After I installed the first driver for my Evga GTX 570 classified GPU my resolution changed to 1920X1080; 1080P but it cuts off the bottom and sides of the display. Y is this? I wanna use my tv as my main gaming monitor and i want it to be in 1080P for the graphics quality. Ne ideas?
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September 30, 2011 1:35:34 AM

Tin88 said:
I just finished my first build and im setting up everything, installing drivers, OS etc. Im using my 42" Panasonic Plasma as my monitor for the moment. After I installed the first driver for my Evga GTX 570 classified GPU my resolution changed to 1920X1080; 1080P but it cuts off the bottom and sides of the display. Y is this? I wanna use my tv as my main gaming monitor and i want it to be in 1080P for the graphics quality. Ne ideas?

If you are on HDMI, try using a different connection to the TV
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September 30, 2011 1:52:43 AM

Try messing around with the settings on your tv. I had the same problem and there was a feature on my tv called overscan, I changed it and everything fit the screen perfectly.
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September 30, 2011 1:59:33 AM

Tin88 said:
I just finished my first build and im setting up everything, installing drivers, OS etc. Im using my 42" Panasonic Plasma as my monitor for the moment. After I installed the first driver for my Evga GTX 570 classified GPU my resolution changed to 1920X1080; 1080P but it cuts off the bottom and sides of the display. Y is this? I wanna use my tv as my main gaming monitor and i want it to be in 1080P for the graphics quality. Ne ideas?


Sounds like an overscan/underscan problem. TVs and graphics drivers often have overscan and underscan options. Try playing with those.
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