Just got an L246WP from LG, which has an HDMI input (no DVI). It came with DVI to HDMI cable. My motherboard is Biostar TA690G (yes, I'm talking about integrated graphics...), which has both DVI and HDMI output. So, I hooked up the two using the cable, from DVI output of motherboard to HDMI input of LCD monitor. The issue is that There is a black framed area around the edge of the screen that is not used to display anything, and in the black frame the desktop is displayed shifted to upper-left, which crops many of upper-left part of desktop. Well, a picture might be better than words here... http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/5504/15001655yy5.jpg Depending on the choice of screen resolution, the black area on the LCD monitor and the viewable desktop area vary, but I didn't see a fully filled non-cropped screen once. I tested the monitor with other systems, and there was no problem at all. The difference was that the monitor displayed HDMI 1920x1200 60Hz as input signal when connected to the other no-problem system, while it displays HDMI 1080p as input signal when connected to my TA690G. Apparently, there seems to be a signal incompatibility issue here, but I cannot figure out... BTW, the screen is set to 1:1 mapping, so no stretching or blurring. I just tried all possible combinations, including - 1:1 or full screen option on the LCD monitor - Video or PC option on the LCD monitor - Full screen image stretch or centered timing option in the Catalyst control center - Alternate DVI operational mode option in the Catalyst control center - all other refresh rates in the Catalyst control center - just all other changeable options in the Catalyst control center and the LCD monitor... leaving no viable solution... I'm pretty sure the LCD monitor is not guilty. Any idea? Is my motherboard problematic in terms of H/W? Is my display driver or Catalyst control center wrongly configured? (BTW, it's version 7.9) Or is it the cable? I'm waiting for an HDMI to HDMI cable, and will give it a try.