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Proper monitor calibration
I finally got my new video card yesterday and decided I would finally fix my pesky second monitor, which was making some dark blacks look green. After spending about an hour toying around with both the physical settings on the monitor and the Nvidia settings, it definitely looks way better then it did, but something still feels off. I know getting it to look exactly like my other monitor would be very hard since their different brands and one is Display Port and the other is HDMI (which I have had people tell me makes a difference but I find to be suspect). Does anyone have any tips or tricks, or maybe even programs, that they use to get your monitors looking just right? Thanks