Dude, no money please. You're in violation of forum rules!!
First, get everything back to vanilla state. Remove the EDID, flash the stock ROM, use only the PatchVBios option.
Second, make sure your connected via digital out (HDMI or DVI). NOT VGA
And lastly, check you monitor's scaling settings. It usually has 16:9 or auto, select 16:9.
Okay sorry, I didnt know that.
So everything is back to vanilla. Only leaved the Things I need to boot up my Machine. You will find a boot.log and a config.plist below.
I'm using a DVI Cable and my Monitor is set to "Aspect". I had two Options, "Aspect" and "Fullscreen".
What can we speak about without boot.log?
Sorry, below you'll find my boot.log. I looked inside and maybe the Solution is in those Lines:
"0:125 0:025 BiosVideoDriverBindingStart!
0:125 0:000 BiosVideoCheckForVbe
0:125 0:000 EdidOverride not found
2:989 2:863 Edid1-
5:852 2:863 Edid0-
5:894 0:041 0 640x480 attr=3BF - ok, 640x480, working, highest, pref=0
5:896 0:001 1 800x600 attr=3BF - ok, 800x600, working, highest, pref=1
5:897 0:001 2 1024x768 attr=3BF - ok, 1024x768, working, highest, pref=2
5:898 0:001 3 1920x1080 attr=3BF - ok
5:905 0:007 4 1280x800 attr=3BF - ok
5:907 0:001 5 1280x720 attr=3BF - ok
5:907 0:000 BV new mode: 2 1024x768
6:333 0:425 SetMode pref 2 (2) = Success"
This has to do with the CSM support module, just disable it.
I dont find this Option in my BIOS. I got a Asus P5Q Deluxe with EFI BIOS on it.
Here is my boot.log and my config.plist: