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@yasamoka Thanks much; I will definitely try those packages out.
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A bit confused on the Spyder software; the color profiles are sticking now but I'm not able to get them all to match... still have a blue cast on two and red on one.

I'm using the Studio Match and have been at this for 4 hours now :O
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A bit confused on the Spyder software; the color profiles are sticking now but I'm not able to get them all to match... still have a blue cast on two and red on one.

I'm using the Studio Match and have been at this for 4 hours now :O
Have you tried to turn the other monitors off and calibrate each monitor on its own?

Copy the resulting profiles from the Windows directory that the Spyder software provides you with and keep them someplace else.

Then, try CPKeeper, maybe the issue is simply loading the profiles into the video card gamma table for multiple monitors at the same time. That way you can lock the profiles even if you enter a game.

A more complex alternative is PowerStrip, if you find that works better for you than CPKeeper. I used to use PowerStrip but now CPKeeper does the job so I stick to that.

Just setting up ArgyllCMS + dispcalGUI at this point (takes a few minutes + installation of an unsigned driver for the Spyder4 sensor) would offer you a quick and simple option of loading each profile and verifying the calibration. Then you will read a log that provides you with the calibrated monitor's gamma, contrast ratio, color temperature, DeltaE values, etc... try it.
Edited by yasamoka - 8/16/13 at 6:21pm
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Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

Try CPKeeper, maybe the issue is simply loading the video card gamma table for multiple monitors at the same time. That way you can lock the profiles even if you enter a game.

A more complex alternative is PowerStrip, if you find that works better for you than CPKeeper. I used to use PowerStrip but now CPKeeper does the job so I stick to that.

Great, thanks; will look into that.
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Great, thanks; will look into that.
Edited my reply smile.gif
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Got mine of craigslist today.
Paid $200
no dead pixels or light bleed, but I get little line flicker at 120mhz.
Stable at 110
post #5777 of 25902
Looks like green-sum just passed 1,000 panels a little bit ago. I wonder how many more they have left, hopefully lots.

I wonder if the price is going to go down more as well.
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Originally Posted by theilya View Post

Got mine of craigslist today.
Paid $200
no dead pixels or light bleed, but I get little line flicker at 120mhz.
Stable at 110

Man i wish i could run my monitor at 120MHz. It would kick lightboost's butt and likely even be better than CRT. I am only at 120hz rolleyes.gif

Seriously even running at 1Mhz refresh would be just crazy drool.gif
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Anyone have trouble with games not responding to your overclock? Anything over 60 gives me horrible tearing!
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I just got my QNIX from IPSLEDmonitors.com. No dead pixels as far as I can say, and no light bleed at all. I definitely recommend IPSLEDmonitors.com, they have amazing customer service. Every time I sent them an email, they replied the same day a few hours later. They are honest saying that you will always have to expect dead pixels and told me that "perfect pixel" for ebay sellers are a gimmick to get more money.

Yes, the stand absolutely sucks. There is supposed to be a hole in the middle so the metal circular plug on the monitor would fit in, but instead the hole is skewed to the side, so the monitor wobbles on the stand.

Anyone know of a good stand and a guide for replacing the stand?

I just got a new problem, I got some hi resolution wallpapers to use for my QNIX, but it is not showing up when I set it as desktop background. Anyone know what is going on? They are not 2560X1440 wallapapers.
Edited by DyslexicChciken - 8/16/13 at 10:29pm
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