Topic Title: Can not see the edges on my display
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 01/24/2014 12:44 PM
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Drozas
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I purchuased a R9 270x today. Before installing the drivers there was a nice resolution, small but everything could be seen crearly.

I installed the drivers and it changed to 1680x1050, but the desktop is bigger than my 22" display, I cant see the edges 

tried to changed the resolution but I dont get any signal, I tried to scale down in CCC but the slider wont move

The display is a 22" TV with a hdmi conector

Any ideas how can I fix this?

 01/24/2014 02:06 PM
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Ha, I have such a problem, but with analoque VGA port...

What you see there is a kind of virtuel desktop with full resolution...

Is EDID switched on? Is the display correctly recognized? Try to switch off and manually switch manual the native res as maximum. If it doesn't work try 1440x900. That works for me... notthe best, cause not native, but you can see everything then with correct aspect ratio.. good luck ;-)

 

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 01/25/2014 05:30 AM
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I'm trying to figure out how to change the EDID in my display (never heard of it before)

The display is fully recognized

 

Thanks for the reply

 01/25/2014 11:26 AM
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Adjust the overscan/underscan slider towards Underscan.

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 01/25/2014 12:42 PM
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I tried but the slider is fixed, cant move it

 01/25/2014 02:09 PM
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You have to unlock it by checking the box to use custom values.

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 01/25/2014 02:14 PM
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The box under Scaling Options (Digital Flat-Panel) is checked but still, I cant move the slider

 

In Properties (Digital Flat Panel) I have checked the "Enable GPU scaling" but I cant choose any sub options

 01/25/2014 05:54 PM
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Try looking at the settings on the tv to see if you can turn overscan off or zoom out or something to that effect.  



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