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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

I am making you a profile now based on 20 clicks on my screen of course. White point at 237.71 cd/m.

AWESOME!! thumb.gif appreciate that
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Fixed. Uninstalled Chrome, re installed. Good to go. biggrin.gif

chome has been being weird for me too, my ad blocker vanished about 5 minutes ago:D
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Fixed. Uninstalled Chrome, re installed. Good to go. biggrin.gif

Nice i always use chrome and nothing else biggrin.gif
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Here you go anthony. 20 clicks 96hz white point 237.7 cd/m.

ICCProfile.zip 11k .zip file
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I just noticed that these are being created as icm files, using dispcalgui and loading them with color sustainer. Whats the deal with that over icc profiles?
Edited by Watagump - 3/30/14 at 6:37pm
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I very much doubt that they will take it back because of BLB!... Its a disclaimer on most if not all of the sellers pages...BLB is one of the major reason these are A- panels....The panel will be sat in a bent frame and i would straighten the frame which will fix your BLB 100% and its not a hard job to do at all!...There are a few posts of mine on link below explaining how i straightened my frame which fixed my BLB 100%....Also forget tape you don't need it!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/12970

Thank you, i'll try out your method.
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Here you go anthony. 20 clicks 96hz white point 237.7 cd/m.

ICCProfile.zip 11k .zip file


Thanks! Now using this! wink.gif
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Toasty i have 2x new R9 290 cards and your patch does not seem to have broken HDCP for me...i have not found one page on youtube i can not view and i can watch live TV from the BBC or ITV or Channel 5...in fact i have not found anything i can not watch yet and i have not disabled any video acceleration what so ever...Clearly patching the driver does not guaranteed loss of HDCP support?
YouTube and over-the-air live TV don't require HDCP. Only Blu-ray and paid digital TV require HDCP.

Video acceleration is separate from HDCP. Unless something changed with the R9 290/290X cards, I don't know why you haven't needed to disable video acceleration anywhere.
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Many thanks on the switcher recommendation, Toasty... Will certainly give it a shot!
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Here you go anthony. 20 clicks 96hz white point 237.7 cd/m.

ICCProfile.zip 11k .zip file
Hehe nice. Remind me what sensor you got?

An interesting test: *download HCFR --> View images --> Choose sensor --> Display measurement --> Measure grayscale, primaries, and secondaries* for the following scenarios:

1) 12c profile at 12c brightness
2) 12c profile at 20c brightness
3) 20c profile at 12c brightness
4) 20c profile at 20c brightness

Be sure to have left your monitor on for at least 30m-1h so that it stabilizes as I have found out that verifying previously accurate profiles gave me errors if the display had not warmed up. You'd expect no warmup period with LED but it seems this is the panel warming up.

I'll do the same at my side soon. If the errors are the same then it would be pointless to provide profiles at different brightnesses. Measure on highest brightness to obtain higher black levels that are easier to measure particularly on Spyder4 sensors.

My laptop does show a difference in error between 80% and 100% so I have two profiles, one for 80% (~140cd/m2) and one for 100% (~330cd/m2) off the top of my head.
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