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Originally Posted by wntrsnowg View Post

Look at the OP for "Overclocking guide and Help" lol

Does anyone read the OP? doh.gif

Funny thing is I actually looked at the OP but I didnt see it! haha! i think i was too excited! anyway, found it now! thanks!
post #482 of 25911
I dont know why but i cant find a profile that wouldnt be either too bright/washed out or too dark. I'm at 96Hz right now, 12 clicks from the lowest brightness and hasnt touched nvidia default color settings. Any clues? My ambient light is rather dim btw.
post #483 of 25911
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Originally Posted by fagoatse View Post

I dont know why but i cant find a profile that wouldnt be either too bright/washed out or too dark. I'm at 96Hz right now, 12 clicks from the lowest brightness and hasnt touched nvidia default color settings. Any clues? My ambient light is rather dim btw.
Without a colorimeter your only bet is adjusting the colors by hand, or playing with the brightness.
Have you tried out the other profiles aswell? Maybe these will work better for you.
Mine were made with a glossy monitor by the way.
Oh and the server is currently down so I've reupped the profiles here (homeserver): http://botox.ath.cx/files/icc/
post #484 of 25911
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Originally Posted by fagoatse View Post

I dont know why but i cant find a profile that wouldnt be either too bright/washed out or too dark. I'm at 96Hz right now, 12 clicks from the lowest brightness and hasnt touched nvidia default color settings. Any clues? My ambient light is rather dim btw.

I thought cor's profiles were really good at 96hz. Gamme is right on at this site and I don't see any colors in greyscale.. http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/
post #485 of 25911
Cor's profiles didn't look good at all on my Qnix Matte, but dascth's D6500 perceptual nails it on mine, simply stunning. I have a pretty fancy colorimeter and a spectroradiometer setup but haven't even felt the need to bring it up. One of these day I'll calibrate it myself but I honestly don't think I can get it better then it is.
post #486 of 25911
No dice with either. They are so bright that black becomes gray(12 ticks brightness, defaultt nvidia settings)
Edited by fagoatse - 5/2/13 at 6:30am
post #487 of 25911
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Originally Posted by fagoatse View Post

No dice with either. They are so bright that black becomes gray(12 ticks brightness, defaultt nvidia settings)

What Hz are you running at?
post #488 of 25911
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Originally Posted by BradF1979 View Post

What Hz are you running at?
96
post #489 of 25911
Yea, I'm not sure... It could just be I'm not as sensitive as you are to the black/grey issue. My only complaint is that my whites are as white as I want with cors, but when I look at gamma (both greyscale and color) they are pretty damn close to being perfect.
post #490 of 25911
what should i be looking at here - http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/ ? Perhaps im just exaggerating. It seems that I've lost my point of reference after almost 2 weeks of using qx2710 in it's default calibration.
Any 96Hz matte panel user here? Which profiles are you guys using?
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