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Old 10-07-08, 05:43 PM   #1
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Default "TVOverScan" in 8xxx series cards?

Hey all-- I was just wondering what the deal is with TVOverScan and the equivalent slider in nvidia-settings for 8xxx cards? My 5600 had the overscan option and worked quite nicely with it, but now tvout is pretty well useless on my 8600 as the desktop is quite a bit larger than the scanned area on the TV... I thought that the next driver release might fix the issue, but its still there and there is very little about the issue online -- is there some setting I might be able to enable that would turn this on? will it come in a future driver?

answers or help would both be appreciated, thanks
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Old 10-09-08, 01:29 PM   #2
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Default Re: "TVOverScan" in 8xxx series cards?

Noone knows anything about this? the reason I'm bumping this (sorry btw) is that there are a few other threads on these forums with the same question, but none have a single reply...

Thanks for your time all
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