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Asus VS238h-p caliration settings.

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Hey there guys. i made a post earlier today about looking for a new screen, and got no replys so i went out to my local PC shop, and they had an open box VS238h-p for sale at 120$ down from 190$ (180$ on newegg). i figured at that price it was a steal, and if i didnt like it i could return it and get store credit. When i got home, i found that i think they messed up and gave me a non open boxed screen, because the original asus tape was on the box, everything was still wrapped and sealed, the monitor had the plastic on it with no bubbles so it wasnt reapplied and it all just looked mint. not even a fingerprint on it....and you would know because its glossy tongue.gif

Ive been useing it for a few hours now, and so far its awesome...but im having a hard time adjusiting the settings to look the way i like. i know im probably just being picky about it, but im wondering if anyone else has this screen, and could post the settings they use for it.
    
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Intel I5 2500k Asus P67 Sabertooth Asus GTX580 DCII 8gb G.skill Ripjaw X 1333 Cl7 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
1TB WD caviar black 7200rpm 64mb cache Crucial M4 128gb Zalman 9900max windows 7 64bit 
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G11 Corsair HX750 antec eleven hundred Deathadder 
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