Spyder 4 Gigabyte FI27Q-P Calibration

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    pnbr0014
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    Hey all,

    I’ve just gotten the Gigabyte FI27Q-P and I’m really pleased with it so far! I am a gamer / professional photographer.

    I got a spyder 4 calibrator and using displaycal as per instructions, downloaded colorimeter correction file for the spyder 4 / my monitor, set up the calibration and began the process. After it was done I went ahead and did a profile verification and much to my surprise a lot of my colour delta E was way off..

    The lighting conditions in my office are constant, the monitor was warmed up for at least a couple hours so thats not the issue and I made sure that the calibrator was sitting flush with the display with no gaps to be seen and i’ve started the process over.

    Has anyone else had this experience before with displaycal? I’m currently doing another calibration after having deleted the 1st 2 profiles that I did and I’ll report back if there was any change. I’ve attached the profile report below

    Best regards,

    Bruce.

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    #25349

    pnbr0014
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    Any takers? :p

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