Help with benq sw240

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    Ian de Vera
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    Been trying to calibrate my new benq sw240 for almost two days now using my spyder 5 to no avail 🙁

    Here are my problems:

    1. I get good SRGB and ARGB percentages (%) but on verification it is always failed.

    2. when I select white point to 6500 it is too yellow. My best calibration is done on “as measured”.  Whites look white here

    I’ve tried several combination of settings and to no use (tried, different suggestions from forums)

    So far this is what LOOKS best for my eyes.
    No Correction
    LCD Generic
    white point as measured

    However the results are poor 🙁 (please see attached)

    Hope to have some answers

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    Ian de Vera
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    To add:

    I have tried BenQ’s PME software and even using that one, the calibration seems off. The verification also is FAILED.

    I’ve tried using spyder’s software, I do get 98% SRB and 94% ARGB. But my whites still have a bad yellow color.

    Could it be that I bought a bad/defective monitor?

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