New build screen adjustment problems Tags: Homebuilt New Build Systems Last response: August 15, 2012 7:16 AM in Systems Share seankoa August 15, 2012 6:13:27 AM i just finished my pc build but am having troubles gettting the screen to "fit" my monitor. i believe i downloaded the latest drivers from the amd website but it has about a half an inch of black on all four sides anyone know how to fix this? amd 6870 fx 4100 asrock 970 extreem 320gb hdd 7200rpm 16 gb ddr3 1600mhz ram More about : build screen adjustment problems manofchalk a c 102 B Homebuilt system August 15, 2012 6:43:36 AM Ah, I assume you have it connected by HDMI? Many Drivers assume that anything connected by HDMI is a HD TV, so they apply Underscan to it, which leads to the black edges on monitors. Just go into the Catalyst Control Center, open "My Digital Flat Panels", then "Scaling Options". This is whereyou can tweak with the over/underscan amounts. I have mine set at 0% and it works. seankoa August 15, 2012 7:16:54 AM ok that worked thank you Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNew monitor for my build , various problems . ForumSamsung LED monitor picture adjustment locked ForumScreen adjustment resets on startup ForumNew Build , Screen Goes Black After ~:30 ForumDo it yourself autofocus adjustment for Canon 350D ForumKeep running into problems with this new build ForumBlack around screen - Screen Adjustment ForumNew build giving me all sorts of problems !! (PICS) ForumNo voltage adjustment in bios and bsod ForumNew HDMI cable, screen resolution not full screen ForumNew build problems - hoping for advice ForumMy new build (Revision 1million) ForumBlue Screen on New Build ForumMonitor blink "auto adjustment in progress" ForumNew build - Keyboard,mouse and screen power problems ForumNew Build Problem ForumNew gaming PC. Thoughts? Forum[Solved] How many watts do I need for my first build??? ForumAMD HD 6850 or HD 6870 for this build? ForumAdvice on my possible PC build? More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !