Originally Posted by Battou62
Dude, use tftcentrals settings and icc profile. Leave everything else at default. Don't use the NVCP for anything color related.
Honestly, anyone complaining about yellow tint, or incorrect colors, etc...just need to spend a bit of money on a decent colorimeter. That has been discussed en masse on this thread already.
Also, using .icc profiles is a good start, but IPS panels tend to vary greatly from panel to panel out of the factory, so one good .icc profile is not likely to work as well with every other panel it gets used on unless they are 100% identical, which is not likely. In that case, it'll probably still be better than eye-ball calibrating, but maybe not by much.
Originally Posted by Badexample
Acer got the yellow fever with their IPS LED panels? LOL
I have a 1080 Samsung monitor with a glossy screen.. Going to be tough to switch to a matte yellowhish screen. All the new overexpensive monitors with G-Sync ULMB 144hz refresh rate that cost as much as a 60 inch TV seems to be lacking.
We all buying into the hype. hahahhaha The non-name Koreans brand can built a better monitor with left over spare parts!
That's not even what the person you quoted said at all. So, so much salt.