For me the program which controls the motherboard RGB was causing problems with a few other programs including DisplayCal. I have a Gigabyte board, but regardless, all this motherboard “utilities” software is crap. Very badly made and can cause many (unexpected) issues.
I suggest (setting up as wanted and then) removing these Asus/MSI/Gigabyte…[Read more]
The reason it looks very close to pre-calibration is because the PD3200U is already a very good and well calibrated display to start with. So this is just some fine-tuning really.
However, try it with a crappy old display or TN panel laptop and the difference is often very big.
If you start the application itself it temporarily…[Read more]
Glad I could help.
I’m using a i1 Display Pro.
They say delta E values below 2 are pretty much unnoticeable. The value does vary throughout the color range and across grayscales. Not sure whether that information is possible to get from DisplayCal.
The big report you see in lots of review sites is with software that costs around $2000 so not…[Read more]
The percentages show the range, not accuracy. With my PD3200U I get very similar results as shown in the attached screenshot. There is no way to improve these numbers, they are what the monitor can achieve.
Moreover, the numbers of coverage, not the accuracy of a monitor. The accuracy is commonly noted as Delta E and is what you want. For this the…[Read more]
Hardware Unboxed just put out a pretty good video about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2nVNxx1IHo
I believe you will have to install additional drivers for the Spyder5 as eh mentions at about 8:30 in that video.
Change the following settings in DisplayCAL:
– Settings bar at the top –> sRGB (this will change to the calibrated .icm profile…[Read more]