Hello everyone! So, I got myself a GTX 560 some time ago, and I noticed, that before the graphics driver kicks-in (e.g. in the POST screen, while the OS is loading, etc), the card gives a video output that has the overscan compensation set to the max. This gives those nasty black borders. Since I don't really care about this in the most situations where the driver hasn't already taken over, this would not be a problem. I run GNU/Linux [Happy now, Stallman?]. And when I switch to a TTY screen, which is pure CLI, X isn't loaded there. And Since NVIDIA driver loads at & works over X, the driver is also not loaded in there. That gives those nasty borders. It is really annoying to have the working area reduced that much. I figured, it should be controlled somewhere in the graphics BIOS. I wonder, what should be edited there to get rid of that nasty overscan compensation. Anyone done and/or have any info on this? Ah yes, the screen is connected via DVI. My old 7600 GT did not have this feature, so there was no problem there. Though, I noticed that unlike dx9 class cards, all dx[10-11] class cards I had a chance to attach to my monitor behaved that way (I remember that incuded NV 9600GT, 9800GT, AMD HD 4850, among others.) Thanks!