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Familar names indeed

I talked to hitman a couple of weeks ago too

Cant help you andy i haven't used ATI yet

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Whoa, a few familiar names!

Got my 6th system built in the past week using a BStock LE board. Pretty standard system with the only exception being a OCZ Vertex 2 128GB SSD. I'm almost positive this will be my LAST 1366 build, hahaha

Side note, are any of you guys knowledgeable with LCD monitor color calibration? Any serious question I ask in the ATI thread goes unanswered...
Nice to see some of you guys again What's the question, I'll try to help if I can.

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Familar names indeed

I talked to hitman a couple of weeks ago too

Cant help you andy i haven't used ATI yet
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So I recently got all my parts together for an Eye6 array. 4 monitors are connected via DisplayPort, and 2 are connected using DVI -> Active DisplayPort Adapter.

The 2 monitors going through the adapter have a more purple tint than the rest. All of these are pretty much the same monitors from Dell, only different generations.

So I'm wondering if it's possible to do a color calibration on the 2 monitors to make them match the other 4. If so, what's the best way to go about it? Do I need to buy calibration tools?
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So I recently got all my parts together for an Eye6 array. 4 monitors are connected via DisplayPort, and 2 are connected using DVI -> Active DisplayPort Adapter.

The 2 monitors going through the adapter have a more purple tint than the rest. All of these are pretty much the same monitors from Dell, only different generations.

So I'm wondering if it's possible to do a color calibration on the 2 monitors to make them match the other 4. If so, what's the best way to go about it? Do I need to buy calibration tools?
Why not just do it on the two monitors OSD color options? or in the cataylst control center?
are all the monitors set to the same color temp? 6500k,9500k and so on
Have you tried that already and got undesirable results?

Just eyeball it with a wallpaper with lots of color/s

http://wall.alphacoders.com/by_resol...?w=1680&h=1050

I dont know man
Edited by Bodycount - 10/8/10 at 10:54pm
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bodycount nailed it. You can do it via the monitor or CCC.
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Hey, guys!

I'm wondering if any of you have experienced this problem.

I have my mouse and keyboard connected to my sig rig via a powered USB hub, so I can use my computer in my living room on my 46" LCD. The mouse & keyboard, plus any other devices I connect to the hub, work as they should. If at any time my computer goes sleep, it will wake up as it should. This is true for all modes (S1, S3, and S1 & S3). However, when I go to shut down the computer, Windows will shut down, but the motherboard will not power off (fans still running, etc.). Also, the motherboard will show the code "FF". I have to hold down the power button to turn it off.

At one point, among the many, many power on/power off cycles required to find the culprit, my BIOS actually reset to the defaults on their own. Hated that.

The problem does not happen if the computer never goes to sleep from the time I first turn on the computer. In that case, I am able to achieve a complete shut down and power off. Also, the problem does not occur if I remove the hub from the equation. I have tried two different hubs (Kensington & APC) with the same result. Additionally, I have not been able to duplicate the problem on any of my other computers (containing different motherboards).

I can live with not being able to put my computer to sleep, but, for some reason, I'm obsessed with fixing things that don't work as they should.
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Hey, guys!

I'm wondering if any of you have experienced this problem.

I have my mouse and keyboard connected to my sig rig via a powered USB hub, so I can use my computer in my living room on my 46" LCD. The mouse & keyboard, plus any other devices I connect to the hub, work as they should. If at any time my computer goes sleep, it will wake up as it should. This is true for all modes (S1, S3, and S1 & S3). However, when I go to shut down the computer, Windows will shut down, but the motherboard will not power off (fans still running, etc.). Also, the motherboard will show the code "FF". I have to hold down the power button to turn it off.

At one point, among the many, many power on/power off cycles required to find the culprit, my BIOS actually reset to the defaults on their own. Hated that.

The problem does not happen if the computer never goes to sleep from the time I first turn on the computer. In that case, I am able to achieve a complete shut down and power off. Also, the problem does not occur if I remove the hub from the equation. I have tried two different hubs (Kensington & APC) with the same result. Additionally, I have not been able to duplicate the problem on any of my other computers (containing different motherboards).

I can live with not being able to put my computer to sleep, but, for some reason, I'm obsessed with fixing things that don't work as they should.
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have you tried seeking help over at the EVGA forum? Maybe there's some sort of BIOS setting that has to do with USB that causes this? I no longer have mine so I can't check for you. I really am puzzled, I got no clue as to what it can be.
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bodycount nailed it. You can do it via the monitor or CCC.
So I tried messing with both, but I quickly got impatient since I was moving sliders around....having the color change, but have no clue on what I needed to change to get one monitor to match another...haha

I've found a calibration tool:
http://spyder.datacolor.com/product-mc.php

But I don't know if it's going to be able to work across multiple monitors like I need
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So I tried messing with both, but I quickly got impatient since I was moving sliders around....having the color change, but have no clue on what I needed to change to get one monitor to match another...haha

I've found a calibration tool:
http://spyder.datacolor.com/product-mc.php

But I don't know if it's going to be able to work across multiple monitors like I need
Keep at it bro, not worth paying that much
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So I tried messing with both, but I quickly got impatient since I was moving sliders around....having the color change, but have no clue on what I needed to change to get one monitor to match another...haha

I've found a calibration tool:
http://spyder.datacolor.com/product-mc.php

But I don't know if it's going to be able to work across multiple monitors like I need
1st you need to confirm that they are all running the same color temperature
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