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    Default How to change color temperature?

    I'm in the process of calibrating the screen on my R3320 and need to set the color temperature (to 6500k)... an easy task on a standard monitor, but I can't seem to find this setting for the laptop. Anyone know where to set this?

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    Default Re: How to change color temperature?

    I haven't seen this option on a laptop computer, which leads me to believe the color temp is fixed (native?)... I don't know if this is possible.
    Yet, laptop dispays are very close if not 6500k as this is the standard/requirement. Try some calibrating software and see if there's a chance of improving the picture to your liking.
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