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Add me to the XL2420TX club!
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Guys, can help-me?

I got benq xl2420T and i need options for calibrate.

Try calibrate like a TFT CENTRAL, PC MONITORS and i hate the colors. frown.gif
i can put colors like a dell monitors, a little bit?
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Originally Posted by Dhalgren65 View Post

I'm a joiner!


Lightboost and beyoooond!
Oh.It's an XL2420T!


What's nvidia settings colour u use and contrast in monitor?

In my xl2420t can't access brightness with lightboost on!
Edited by yurizinho182 - 4/22/16 at 1:08pm
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Originally Posted by B!0HaZard View Post

Picture Mode: Standard
Gamma: 4
Brightness: 20
Contrast: 50
Colour Temperature: User Mode
RGB: 96, 97, 100


What's settings use in nvidia control panel?

and use icc profile with settings?
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Originally Posted by yurizinho182 View Post

What's settings use in nvidia control panel?

and use icc profile with settings?

No changes in NVIDIA settings, no ICC since most games override ICC anyway.
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No changes in NVIDIA settings, no ICC since most games override ICC anyway.

Thanks! smile.gif

But the colors is better in BF3 profile, more "live".
i don't know the best settings for normal use, movies and games drool.gif
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I just bought a G-Sync monitor to replace my Benq XL2420TX monitor. I plan on selling it. How much would it go for in the market these days? I bought it for around $520 or so.
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

So the best settings that I've found for the the XL2420t are as follows, now bear in mind that these settings do in-fact need to coincide with other settings via the Nvidia Control Panel.

So the two settings that I use on a daily basis are:

Profile 1: I use this profile not too often, but when I do I'll use it while playing games such as H1Z1 and CS:GO etc.

Brightness: 76
Contrast: 56
Sharpness: 6
Gamma: 5
Colour: 91/89/99

(This mode produces more of a blue-tint to your graphics, which is very good (imo) when playing games as it just makes everything pop out a little bit better to be honest).

Profile 2: I use this profile a lot more than the first profile, I just think it's got a more neutral tone and just makes viewing a monitor all the better essentially.

Brightness: 76
Contrast: 56
Sharpness: 6
Gamma: 5
Colour: 93/97/98

The only thing that changes here is the color options to be honest. But as I said above, this makes the game feel a little softer and has more neutral colours, more traditional colours.

So the settings that I use within Nvidia control panel are as follows:

http://i.imgur.com/krnj0ox.png

And finally, I also use a program to help keep my colours locked in, as sometimes you may notice that if you change the colours/brightness within the NCC they tend to change and get reverted when you play a game and they tend to not revert back after you leave that game/full screen program.

So to keep my settings at all times, I use a simple program called: "Color Profile Keeper" which you can find right here:

http://goebish.free.fr/cpk/

Hope this helps some of you.
Thx For those settings. So basically you are using profile 1 for games like competitive and 2 desktop use? Depends i guess and why i cannot change black equalizer on standard what value of it is by default?
Edited by laitsuZ - 7/26/16 at 9:45am
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

So the best settings that I've found for the the XL2420t are as follows, now bear in mind that these settings do in-fact need to coincide with other settings via the Nvidia Control Panel.

So the two settings that I use on a daily basis are:

Profile 1: I use this profile not too often, but when I do I'll use it while playing games such as H1Z1 and CS:GO etc.

Brightness: 76
Contrast: 56
Sharpness: 6
Gamma: 5
Colour: 91/89/99

(This mode produces more of a blue-tint to your graphics, which is very good (imo) when playing games as it just makes everything pop out a little bit better to be honest).

Profile 2: I use this profile a lot more than the first profile, I just think it's got a more neutral tone and just makes viewing a monitor all the better essentially.

Brightness: 76
Contrast: 56
Sharpness: 6
Gamma: 5
Colour: 93/97/98

The only thing that changes here is the color options to be honest. But as I said above, this makes the game feel a little softer and has more neutral colours, more traditional colours.

So the settings that I use within Nvidia control panel are as follows:

http://i.imgur.com/krnj0ox.png

And finally, I also use a program to help keep my colours locked in, as sometimes you may notice that if you change the colours/brightness within the NCC they tend to change and get reverted when you play a game and they tend to not revert back after you leave that game/full screen program.

So to keep my settings at all times, I use a simple program called: "Color Profile Keeper" which you can find right here:

http://goebish.free.fr/cpk/

Hope this helps some of you.

What do you think of digital vibrance on nvidia settings?

The first option, i think of red color is much apparence and white turn "yellow"
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Originally Posted by yurizinho182 View Post

What do you think of digital vibrance on nvidia settings?

The first option, i think of red color is much apparence and white turn "yellow"

I only use '2', I never use 1, I just didn't really like how it turned out to be honest.
But as for Digital Vibrance, I don't really like using it, I've used it in the past for games like CS:GO, but I find that if I use it and then I switch back to the default DV (50%) the screen then looks crap in terms of colour, so I'd rather just not use it and get used to the defaults of how the monitor should look.
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