I recently built an HTPC with a Gigabyte GA-MA785GM-US2H mobo and AMD Phenom X2 550 processor, with 64-bit Windows 7.
AMD should be ashamed of itself for making this driver setting so ridiculously hard to find. Right-click the desktop and choose Catalyst Control Center from the menu. Click the Graphics menu in the top-left of the CCC window and choose Desktops and Displays. Now, click the black triangle in the smaller of the two icons representing the display you wish to control—it’s at the bottom of the CCC window beneath the heading “Please Select a Display.” Now all you need to do is click the Scaling Options tab and move the Underscan/Overscan slider until the desktop fills the screen appropriately. Click OK and you’re done.
It's hard to find, but ATI's Catalyst Control Center does have an underscan/overscan slider.
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