For most use cases, the defaults should work well. You can target a specific whitepoint on the “Calibration” tab if needed, and increase the number of patches on the “Profiling” tab for a higher accuracy profile if desired (a good number on your display would be around 500-600). The ASUS has a IPS type wide-gamut panel, so you may want to choose the “Spectral: LCD CCFL Wide Gamut IPS” colorimeter correction.
This reply was modified 4 years, 11 months ago by Florian Höch.
I’d leave black point correction at default (off) unless you notice strong tinting of neutral tones near black (it’s not very common as far as I can tell). Verification settings should be fine at defaults as well, you can choose a bigger testchart for a more thorough examination of the profile if you like, though.
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