Can anyone please share calibrated result for Dell u2723qe

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    pkrn
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    I have just got dell u2723qe and calibrated with spyder 5 + displaycal, default gamma 2.2, with both high and medium setting.

    And i got only 91.x % for dci-p3 coverage. It should be around 98% right according to its specs on the website.

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    #139891

    Vincent
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    It should be around 98% right according to its specs on the website.

    Volume or coverage? Specs can be ambiguous (on purpose) You got 98% volume

    #139894

    pkrn
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    Dell just uses the term “color gamut” on marketing material. They dont say color gamut coverage or volume.

    but they say 100% sRGB 100% REC.709 98% DCI-P3.

    Now clearly from the number on sRGB and Rec. they must mean coverage right? Because volume data are much higher for these two. So we consumer should assume 98% dci-p3 is coverage as well.

    If they dont do anything, i might consider file complain to a court here for misleading.

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    #139896

    Vincent
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    An easier way, generate profile from EDID, check coverage there. EDID is “firmware theoretical coordinates or RGB primaries” (simplified).
    If it is far it could be caused by SPyder5 which is innacurate and degrades. i1d3 colorimeter is a better choice. A P3 Dell is lileky to be WLED PFS phosphor.

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