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    How do you have your Swift calibrated?

    So what have you changed your settings to on your new RoG Swift monitor to make it look extra sexy? I'm looking for some good suggestions and I am having trouble finding any good guides online.

    Thanks!

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    Nevermind, I found some. Sorry to bother you. Nothing to see here. Carry on

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    Care to share which ones you found?

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    Using Spyder4 from datacolor for every calibration. Results are awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by icikk View Post
    Using Spyder4 from datacolor for every calibration. Results are awesome
    Can you elaborate on which Spyder4 you are using? I was thinking of picking up the Datacolor Spyder4Express S4X100 for $79. Is there a difference?

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    Im using Elite. Afaik Express is somehow different HW but i think it will do just fine. For those who want to, i created icc profile for graphic card - settings 6500K G2,2 @ 200nits, in low light enviroment. You can find it here.

    https://mega.co.nz/#!8VwnHaKI!zTVA4e...Grrp-HiFNyK57c

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