MaddMoose wrote:That's an incorrect resolution problem. Some TVs get narky about whether you set the res as the actual resolution i.e. 1920x1080 or as 1080p/i.
It's a combination of strange HDMI 1080p functionality in the monitor hardware and a bug in 2 of the ATI drivers. The problem was to do with overscan - a legacy TV concept dating back to analog days.
Had never seen the issue until I connected a Dell monitor via HDMI. The fix was easy enough, just needed to edit the overscan settings in the CCC and worked perfectly for months until a Catalyst driver release introduced a bug whereby the settings weren't saved. Is fixed in Catalyst 10.10; you still need to initially set the overscan correctly, though.