Topic Title: ccc defaults to an underscan value by default
Topic Summary: Even though I set my Overscan to 0, it drops down to an underscan value
Created On: 07/28/2012 11:43 AM
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 07/28/2012 11:43 AM
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I finally bought an HDMI monitor (1920x1080) and every time I boot, it displays what is normally ccc's default, to the middle of the slider between underscan and overscan. This is present on both my Windows 7 x64 install and my Linux Mint 13 x64 install. And it's driving me absolutely mad.

I have to open ccc each time and the setting is still set for 0 (the end of the slider indicating overscan) but I have to adjust it slightly and it snaps back to filling the screen. Once I adjust it away from the 0 (overscan value) it will snap to value I've set it, and when I place it back at 0 it doesn't need to be applied (Apply button is greyed out since it's the default I set). How do I fix this?
 07/28/2012 12:36 PM
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I would say return the cheap HDMI monitor and get a REAL monitor based on DVI or, preferably, DisplayPort, but I'm assuming that is not an option. In CCC is it detected as a "Monitor" or "HD Television"?

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 07/28/2012 12:46 PM
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Do you have the option 'Enable GPU scaling' enabled?


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 08/01/2012 03:56 PM
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We are aware of the issue with scaling through HDMI output connection, which will be addressed in the next Catalyst driver release.






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