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    Calibrating colours

    So my new ultrawide is quite drastically out of the box bad. Im running display port, but the colours are super washed out. Ive noticed that limiting the RBG 'on monitor' helps but id rather use the whole spectrum if its available. I thought id just be able to make sure that Full RBG is selected in the AMD drivers, or instead use YCbCr instead but I cant seem to find those options anywhere, are they HDMI only?

    I typically use http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/ for calibrating but its been a long time, do people typically make adjustments in monitor settings, GPU driver settings or windows colour settings?

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    I think its ChineseKiwi who is a bit of whizz on this stuff

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    I generally use https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/ but https://www.rtings.com/ is also useful. I'm using a calibrated ICC profile from TFT for my new LG and it makes a heap of difference.

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    I use a colour calibrator, spyder 4 elite (a little older but does the trick).
    That way I can also get consistency between two monitors.

    Depending where you are I can lend this to you, calibrate and save the ICC profile so it's specific to your monitor.

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    Weegee wrote:
    I use a colour calibrator, spyder 4 elite (a little older but does the trick).
    That way I can also get consistency between two monitors.

    Depending where you are I can lend this to you, calibrate and save the ICC profile so it's specific to your monitor.
    Dunedin so based on my past 10 years on this forum, noone else lives here lol

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    Ballistica wrote:
    Dunedin so based on my past 10 years on this forum, noone else lives here lol
    Ahh guts, yea I'm in Auckland.