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LCD...
I can't really explain this, it is not bright for my eyes(well not really).

The brightness on things like webpages is really high, whenever I look on a website its bright, turning down the brightness on the monitor does not make the buttons, pictures, etc. any less bright either, its like everything is trying to turn white
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Try turning the contrast down.

Contrast = the brightness of darker colors, like black.
Brightness = How bright the whites are.

I think thats right.. Might have them mixed up
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post #3 of 3
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tried that, it just turns the overall contrast down, not the actual image, I can't really explain it, its like I have a bright screen inside my dull screen(if stuff turned down)

Also, I just noticed that some of my icons "shortcuts etc." are turning black.

EDIT:
it is a philips 190CW7 and its running on a 8600GTS (MSI) which is "Superclocked" by msi
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