Firstly two problems, both of which I have lived with for a few months now but I'ts starting to get annoying.
Anyway my first issue is everytime I get a driver update, my screen resolution goes to default which is 1920x1080p (what it should be) but it seems to be slightly too big for my screen. So i have to go onto the Nvidia control panel every time and do a desktop resize. Once I have done this it decides I should be running in 1842x1036 resolution (even though my TV is 1080p). So what I have been doing is just right clicking and changing the resolution from the windows control panel back to the recommended 1920x1080p. Which puts things perfectly where they should be.
Secondly I have had a few issues running games on 1920x1080p. Namely Farcry 3 and just recently Path of Exile. It is a very minor graphical issue but really starting to annoy me now. I get these very faint horizontal lines every once in a while when I play Farcry 3 and Path of Exile in my native resolution. But if I put the resolution down to 1842x1036 they seem to disappear. Now I KNOW my TV is 1080P and is 16:9 so why on earth is it defaulting to 1920x1080p but it is larger than my 32" screen?!
If anybody could help me out that would be great. I guess the most likely answer is to have everything at 1842x1036 but my TV shouldn't need to do that.
My PC is brand spanking new. Specs Below:
i7 3770K OC to 4.6ghz
Asus P8z77 Ivy Bridge
Nvidia GTX 660Ti
overscan is a mabe at best, pick up the remote or go into the menu on the tv there should be a video tab overscan should be in there someplace. My insignia TV its in advance settings. The aspect ratio is most likley your issue