Originally Posted by kevinsbane
Scribby, I noticed that you have a section in your OP about monitor calibration. Have you gotten your calibration to stick through a gaming session? I've got two monitors, a Catleap and a U2312hm, and after calibration, that match each other relatively closely. Without calibration, the U2312hm is way too red and the Catleap has a very yellow tint. After I play a session of SC2, I notice that my calibration is gone and the two monitors now look horrible when placed together, until I manually force the calibration back on (through my calibration software). I'm using a an i1Display2 calibrator and it seems to work well, but the loss of the calibration every time I open a screen drives me nuts!
Is there a way to keep the calibration on all the time?
What card are you using? Are you using Toasty's LUT loader? I don't seem to have that issue with mine at all. My two Catleaps stay the same and the two Samsungs I have don't seem to change either. I have an nVidia card so I am not using Toasty's LUT loader - I am going with Windows. Although I do have banding in the test pic going from white into light grey, the rest of the grey to black is smooth for me.
Quickie tutorial - right click on your desktop to select Screen Resolution. Then click advanced settings
Then click Color Management
Add Toasty's color profiles here. Make sure the one you want is showing as default.
Then choose ADVANCED and make sure the red box is checked. If it isn't click the blue box, which will take you back to a screen like above and click advanced, then box is clickable.