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    FaxMax (@faxmax)
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    Hello,

    I have two monitors, the Eizo FS2735 and the Dell UP3214Q. For calibration I use a Spyder5.

    The settings in DisplayCAL 3.8.5 for the Eizo are as follows:

    Mode: LCD White LED
    Whitepoint: Color temperature 5000k
    White level: Custom 100 cd/m²
    Tone curve: Gamma 2.2

    And the settings for the Dell:
    Mode: LCD CCFL Wide Gamut
    Whitepoint: Color temperature 5000k
    White level: Custom 100 cd/m²
    Tone curve: Gamma 2.2

    I have the following settings on my Dell monitor:
    Brightness/Contrast: 24%/50%

    Color Settings –> Custom Color –> Gain –> Red 95 / Green 100 / Blue 77

    When I start the measurement with DisplayCAL, the values are highlighted in green.
    If I create a green area (255 green) after the calibration in Paint, the color noticeably does not match the Eizo. On the other hand, the blue values are okay.

    Red goes a little towards magenta and green has a lot of luminance and too much saturation.

    What are the correct settings in DisplayCAl for the Dell monitor?

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    Vincent (@vincent)
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    UP3214Q is a LED widegamut, likely to be GB-LED but I’m not sure right know (check display cal ccss database and plot it).

    Also your colorimeter is not a reliable device, even using some kind of generic accurate correction you may end with a white that does not look white. If that happens use a more accurate device (Xrite) or use a visual whitepoint matching approach.

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