Can’t balance RGB gains during calibration, too much blue

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    Gokuo64
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    Hello,

    I have a 43 inch 4K VA display that I use for mainly watching video and playing games.  I tried calibrating it using the sRGB, Rec. 709 and D65 presents, but I can’t line up the RGB gains sliders using the controls on my monitor.  I moved the blue slider all the way down to zero and the red and green all the way up to 100% each and there’s still way too much blue!

    How can I calibrate my display?  Is D65 just not possible with my display?

    I don’t remember exactly, but I did a measurement report on uncalibrated display and it said the display had a native gamma of around 1.8 and white point of over 100,000K. (Maybe 120,000K?)

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    Vincent
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    Hello,

    I have a 43 inch 4K VA display that I use for mainly watching video and playing games.  I tried calibrating it using the sRGB, Rec. 709 and D65 presents, but I can’t line up the RGB gains sliders using the controls on my monitor.  I moved the blue slider all the way down to zero and the red and green all the way up to 100% each and there’s still way too much blue!

    How can I calibrate my display?  Is D65 just not possible with my display?

    I don’t remember exactly, but I did a measurement report on uncalibrated display and it said the display had a native gamma of around 1.8 and white point of over 100,000K. (Maybe 120,000K?)

    Maybe you cant. Try another cooler daylight whites like D75 and check on OSD/manual for warm presets.
    Another option if distance is nottoo big is to rely on GPU to correct white, but you’ll loose more unique grey levels and in some GPUs you’ll suffer more banding

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