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Originally Posted by Xentar712 View Post

Use windows color management. From there, you can choose which monitor to pick the profile from.

I do use windows color management. Everytime I reboot, nvidia drivers apply those gamma/rgb settings to both monitors
Edited by gl0ry - 8/29/13 at 10:40am
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@ColdFlo How is your monitor running? What Hz have you achieved? What Hz do you game at and what do you use for web browsing? What method did you use to OC your mon? Curious since you seem to have done a deeper dive into this mon than many others.
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Gotta love ColdFlo, always diplomatic! rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by gl0ry View Post

I do use windows color management. Everytime I reboot, nvidia drivers apply those gamma/rgb settings to both monitors

So in Color Management, under display 1 there should be your profile for that monitor(Picture with arrow points to where the profile should be. I'm at work so mine is blank). Under display 2, there should be a different profile - the one you created calibrating your second display. If they are the same, that's your problem. If they are different, something else is changing the profile after the fact. Lots of programs will load their own profiles and you could have one of them doing so at startup. Also, if there is more than one profile listed in Color Management, make sure you are setting the calibrated profile as default.
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post #6295 of 25893
Nevermind I just used windows calibration and adjusted the green levels from there. Worked out great
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post #6296 of 25893
Here is a color profile for everyone who has some yellow tint with their Qnix QX2710 at 120Hz.

Hardware I used to calibrate: QUATO Silver Haze 3 (a precise multi channel colorimeter optimized for LCDs)

sRGB colors
luminance: 120 cd/m2
black point: 0 cd/m2
white point temperature: 6500K

Attention: PLEASE DON'T USE THIS PROFILE ANYMORE ! TRY THIS ONE INSTEAD = http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/6300#post_20705987
Qnix_QX2710_icc_color_profile.zip 16k .zip file
PS: How-Tos included in the .zip file.


Would be nice to hear some reports from people who have now better colours with their Qnix & co.
Edited by Bethamon - 8/29/13 at 1:18pm
post #6297 of 25893
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

The 1st post has plenty of color profiles to chose from.

OP needs to change the thread title to Qnix/X-Star PLS: Refer to 1st Post for All Relevant Info

lol I see what you're trying to do, but It won't matter how many flags I throw out. There will always be people asking FAQ. I suppose that keeps the FAQ up to date, and we get to help people thumb.gif

I am open to changing the name of the thread. Something like "[Official] The Qnix @ X-Star --2710 Club"

No one really knows what PLS means. It isn't near as common as IPS
Edited by wntrsnowg - 8/29/13 at 11:32am
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What you mean with no one knows what PLS means?

PLS stands for plane to line switching, it's an alternative technique made by samsung against IPS from Hitachi wich stands for in-plane switching?
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post #6299 of 25893
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Originally Posted by jezzer View Post

What you mean with no one knows what PLS means?

PLS stands for plane to line switching, it's an alternative technique made by samsung against IPS from Hitachi wich stands for in-plane switching?

I think he meant that nobody knows the importance/features of PLS compared to IPS.
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Well, I switched to another colorimeter software (dispcalGUI) with which I achieved much better results.
I also added profiles for 60Hz and 96Hz now. The difference between vanilla and new profiles is huge.

  • Hardware used: Silver Haze 3 (a precise multi channel colorimeter optimized for LCDs)
  • Software used: dispcalGUI 1.2.7.0
  • luminance: 265 cd/m2
  • black point: 0.0 cd/m2
  • white point temperature: 6554K
  • sRGB @ 60HZ: ~100%
  • sRGB @ 96Hz: 99,4%
  • sRGB @ 120Hz: 98,1%


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