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Old 08-25-11, 07:44 AM Thread Starter   #1
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How to turn off HDMI Overscan


Context: i just installed a new motherboard and a active adapter so i can FINALLY get my eyefinity working, but my hdmi port(trust me to misspell port as porn) has shrinked from the sides by a good CM.

I'd turned overscan off on the Monitor settings and can't change anything in CCC

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Try going to an older version of CCC. I had to do this on my HTPC after windows update downloaded the latest version.

I wanna say pre 10.4 maybe.

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