So on my new build I was installing drivers and everything was good on my display. It was set on max resolution (1920x1080) before I installed the driver for my Sapphire 7870 AMD graphics card with no black border. After installing the Catalyst Control Center a black border about 3/4s of an inch appeared on my display. So naturally I went into control panel to see if my resolution is still set to 1920x1080, and it was. Next I found that the Catalyst Control Center has no 1920x1080 setting (highest is 1680x1050). I updated it to the latest version, but still no 1920x1080. And yes, the GPU has 1920x1080 capabilities.
TL/DR - Black Border around display on 27" monitor, no 1920x1080 option on AMD's Catalyst Control Center. halp.
An HD monitor is a display device capable of 1336x768 (720P) or better (most 17"/18.5"/19"/20" monitors)
An HDTV is the above display device with a tuner.
Full HD is a display device capable of displaying 1920x1080 (1080P).
That's what I meant by my post above, If you'll notice in the CCC basic resolution ends with 1680 X 1050 then it goes to HDTV standards.
I have Asus monitor and I never seen a driver for it also I don't get your point from the "driver" thing.
I can't get ilysaml's images to load so I'm not sure if I'm about to suggest the same thing, but I am having the same problem with mine... I just fixed it by going to the AMD Vision Engine Control Centre > My Digital Flat Panels > Scaling Options and scaled it to 0% (far right on the slider) and now I have no border.