Dell Inspirion 7577

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  1. Von Sohn

    Von Sohn Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks, I'll research a bit on how to apply those files.

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    Is your screen FHD or UHD and do you know if it's the LG model or different?

    Here are some calibrations for the 7577 : https://mega.nz/#F!JehA2DxR!oUyqCL4TyY-JzwMiHjZxJg
     
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    Hey there, thanks for the link.

    My 1080p panel model is LGD053F. I hope there's something to be done about it!

    Edit: I applied the 4XK13_156WF6_02 color profile, the one provided by NotebookCheck. It's definitely better now. Not a night and day situation, but quite better.
     
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    Did you try #1 too? I think the Acer one is a lot more vibrant but not correctly calibrated for whites, the 4XK13-156WF6 #1 profiles are the best calibration your screen can get without replacement.
     
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    I perceived the #1 profile as a bit cold, but after switching from one profile to another, the Acer one included, I think you're right, #1 is the most vibrant of the bunch. The reds are still very lacking in terms of punch, but that'll have to do.
     
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    Do you have any other settings on in the Intel Graphics Control panel under color settings?
     
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    Nope, just a bunch of sliders.

    Adjusting the values as seen in the image I uploaded, colors do get livelier, but accuracy goes out of the window. Maybe I'll just leave it at default settings, and then I'll try to get used to the panel.
     

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    I have my contrast on 43 and turned saturation down to 0... I found you lose detail in the red with Saturation too high.
     
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    I think it's the other way around, with saturation on 0 you end up in greyscale :p

    When you turn up saturation, I noticed you lose definition, everything looks fuzzier. There's so much you can do with a lackluster panel, sadly.
     
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    Oh weird, I don't go into greyscale till well into the minuses.

    Either way this is a major improvement for me, when I first got it everything had a yellow tint and manually playing around with things I would never get true whites. Luckily this profile is a huge improvement.

    I will look at other screens in the future, but this will do till then
     
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