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    I’ve been lurking around the forums for awhile trying to find answers but have so far been unsuccessful–so I thought I’d join!

    I’m very much a novice when it comes to monitor calibration, so I was wondering if someone might help.

    I have two monitors I’ve been trying to calibrate for awhile–a Benq sw2700pt and a lenovo P27u-20. I’m using a calibrite colorchecker pro (basically, the new reskinned i1 display pro) and have not been able to find a correction that works for either monitor. Admittedly, I’ve started off poorly because neither screen has an accurate description of the backlight in their advertisements. I’ve played with various corrections but can’t find one that plays nice (reds end up way too saturated, much of the time).

    Could someone help point me in the right direction?


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    SW2700PT is an AdobeRGB QLED. If there is no CCSS in publica database at native gamut, you can use another QLED from ASUS like pa32ucg.

    IDNK Lenovo, if it is an AdobeRGB WLED PFS (Lenovo mislalebed it a WLED) use the one bundled with displaycal for HP Z24x G2.

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