who here has their monitor correctly calibrated?

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  1. avanish11

    avanish11 Panda! ^_^

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  2. stewie

    stewie What the deuce?

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  3. Silas Awaketh

    Silas Awaketh Notebook Deity

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    I have to tilt the screen towards me to view the top 20% of it perfectly well, otherwise, if the screen has an angle of, or more than 90, that part gets darkened. In my nVidia Control Panel, Brightness, Contrast, and Gamma, are at 50 each. What should I alter so that I can put the screen back and view it perfectly?
     
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    NegatiVe Notebook Consultant

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    The "banding" test is the most stupid test on that site. Unbelievable. Anyhow, my desktop screen passes everything to 100% and the laptop screen is almost perfect too.
     
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    Arki Super Moderator

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    Personally, I just follow the contrast, black level, and white saturation tests.
     
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    Tinselworm Notebook Deity

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    This is only on some Desktop style screens
     
  7. Teraforce

    Teraforce Flying through life

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    I have mine calibrated to sRGB, but I found (almost) the exact hex value for the background, so I can hide my font almost perfectly! CAN YOU SEE ME???
     
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