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Old 02-22-2013, 01:56 PM - Thread Starter
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I recently bought AMD A4-3400 with AMD Radeon HD 6410D for my HTPC.

When I use my TV as a monitor, what settings of this graphics card do I have to set to fit my desktop 100% of the TV screen?

The scaling horizontal bar doesnt fit desktop exactly, there are still some gaps between the edges.

Thanks a lot.
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Old 02-23-2013, 12:02 AM
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Ideally, you would start with the tv, and have it display pixel by pixel (Just scan is what it's called with some tv's). Once you set that, you would then go to the video card settings, and make sure all overscan is turned off (overscan to 0% for most video cards).
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Moved to HTPC section.

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Be sure you install at CCC 12.10 or later -- personally I like 12.10 because I've had issues viewing CCC with later versions.  INSIDE the CCC you'll be able to adjust the overscan to 0% if it's not there already. After setting your TV to 1:1 you'll know -- you may need to use a specific HDMI input connector ON your TV - read the manual! 

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