This is a hard problem to explain and kinda weird.
So basically I got my new GPU a year ago, and since then, when I load up a game in full screen, there is a 1 pixel wide transparent layer that shows the background.
I don't know how to explain this. It's basically a see-through black border that's 1 px wide.
I've tried to adjust the scaling in the Nvidia Control Panel and it works, but each time I move my screen to cover up the border, a new border appears. It's like my screen doesn't fit anymore.
I tried making this illustration to show what exactly my problem is:
I've taken a screenshot of the game Sm FoF, and I've showed with red lines where my issue is. So basically at those red lines there is no black cutscene border, and I can see behind it.
This is really annoying, when I snipe in GTA San Andreas, the border issue is there too and I can see through the black.
I've tried setting my Aspect Ratio to Full Screen in NVIDIA Control Panel, and resetting my monitor to factory default, didn't work. This happens on my native resolution (1366x768).
My GPU is NVidia GeForce GT610.
It's not the games that's the issue. Sometimes this happens on YouTube videos as well.
Sorry for the vague explanation but I can just not word this out and explain it. Hopefully you know what I mean. How do I fix this?