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psychosocial81
04-19-2014, 05:45 AM
Hello everyone,

Quick question,

Was wondering other than the graphic card driver updates, is there any way to tweak or download an update that could make my rog laptop more crisp on colors?

If I compare my LED HDTV against my laptop screen, my laptop screen always seem to have that more foggy white effect over the screen ( a little but still visible ) where my tv doesn't have that problem ( when my laptop is plugged hdmi to it. )

Anything I could do to make the screen better?

Im on the G750 JX. rog laptop

Thanks!

hmscott
04-19-2014, 05:57 AM
Hello everyone,

Quick question,

Was wondering other than the graphic card driver updates, is there any way to tweak or download an update that could make my rog laptop more crisp on colors?

If I compare my LED HDTV against my laptop screen, my laptop screen always seem to have that more foggy white effect over the screen ( a little but still visible ) where my tv doesn't have that problem ( when my laptop is plugged hdmi to it. )

Anything I could do to make the screen better?

Im on the G750 JX. rog laptop

Thanks!

Uninstall Asus Splendid, that is making your white's look foggy.

Check with an app like HWinfo64, or AIDA64 which screen you have.

http://www.hwinfo.com/download.php

http://www.aida64.com/downloads

The Chi Mei responds well to increasing the refresh rate to >85 up to 100hz, the AUO increase to 70hz and turn down the Brightness on the AUO to about 75%. You can change the refresh rate via a Custom Resolution set in the Nvidia Control Panel Resolution pane.

There are some ICC profiles to download elsewhere on the forum for color correction of Chi Mei displays, it helps, but it really isn't that far off run raw.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?36153-Personal-Color-Profile-for-the-Chi-Mei-173HGE&p=298099&viewfull=1#post298099

You could get a color correction sensor / software and do it yourself. Many libraries loan tools like that out, check with them.

The Nvidia control panel has extensive color correction tools, but that is a bit of a black hole of despair trying to do it by eye :)

Let us know how it works out psychosocial81 :)