Download Chi Mei N173HHE-G32 Spyder5Elite+ Calibration Profile

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  1. Spartan

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    For any of you who have the Chi Mei N173HHE-G32 screen (120hz/3ms/FHD/120hz), here is the Spyder5Elite+ calibrated Profile. Spyder5Elite+ offers better white point, gamma, luminance, and advanced Screen Uniformity

    Download Chi Mei N173HHE-G32 Spyder5Pro Calibration Profile (Low)

    Download Chi Mei N173HHE-G32 Spyder5Pro Calibration Profile (Medium)


    Download Chi Mei N173HHE-G32 Spyder5Pro Calibration Profile (High)

    The difference between the above profiles (low, medium, high) is the brightness level. So depending on the light in your room, choose the profile accordingly. (ie. if you're at night with low room light, then load the low profile)

    Download Chi Mei N173HHE-G32 Spyder5Pro Calibration Profile

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    Do not install MSI True Color if you want to use the above screen calibration profile or uninstall it first then reboot if you have it already installed

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    Here are how the Spyder5Pro App set the options in Control Panel / Color Management (ignore the model displayed that's from my previous laptop's screen, the final should be Chi Mei N173HHE-G32-1_high in our case)

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    Now, click on the Change system defaults button on the bottom right of the Advanced tab.

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    Then head over to the Advanced tab again in the new Window that popped out and check the box at the bottom which says: "Use Windows display calibration" and you will see the changes in color immediately when you do that.

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    Thank you for sharing, i was shopping for the screen N173HHE-G32 but i found Rev A1, B1, C1, C2 and C3. Do you what is the difference?. thank you
     
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    Are you saying that because True Color overrides the selected .icc profile?

    Are you the same person who uploaded a profile for the LP173WF4-SPF1 panel and if so--could you upload it again?
     
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    Yes

    I don't have it anymore.
     
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    No idea about those revisions you mentioned.
    All I know is that my MSI GT73VR Titan Pro which I had last year and this MSI GT75 Titan have the same exact screen / specs.

    Here's what it shows in AIDA64:

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    Thank you
     
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    Thanks Phoenix! The difference is amazing. Everything seemed to have a blue hue to it before applying this.
     
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    Indeed bro, the moment I applied this profile I noticed the text sharper and crisper and the colors are so natural.
     
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    Just upgraded my Spyder5Pro to Spyder5Elite+ which offers better white point, gamma, luminance, and advanced Screen Uniformity

    Check the OP for the new download links. Now there are three profiles for this monitor, low, medium, and high.

    The difference between them is the brightness level. So depending on the light in your room, choose the profile accordingly. (ie. if you're at night with low room light, then load the low profile)
     
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    Damn guys, I just disabled the calibration just to see how the screen looks without it, it looks like pure garbage, the screen is so bluish and white as if it's pale. This color profile brings out the color very naturally and is much pleasing on the eyes.
     
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