I made a mistake and it seems there are RGB sliders so I made a recalibration for 6500K kelvin white point. I'm posting all settings
Brightness 6 (for 40nt luminance)
Color temp - User - Red 46, Green 41, Blue 50
Here icc profilehttps://www.dropbox.com/s/dnh6a9utn9alm ... K.icm?dl=0
This makes this monitor look almost exactly like my ips monitor.
Also I should note that "Unparking CPU cores" and "disabling Hyper Threading" solved my microstutter problem for gsync (these are game related though).
I hope this helps
First Post (Hi)...Thanks for this posting as it helped improve this monitor immensely for me...I just got this monitor yesterday and, coming from using a decent 42" 1080p plasma for the last 6 years, I was quite stunned with how messed up the colors were and how limited in variation the blacks were; had already started mulling over the hassle of returning this to Amazon. I tried using this test ( http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/black.php
) and after trying to tweak it manually (and from some suggestions on various sites) I could only make out the bottom row of tiles, everything else was one big mess of gray-ish black. After adding his color profile and tweaks WOW, I could now see every tile distinctly with subtle variations...the blacks of course aren't as deep as other panels, but it's good enough for me (audio production, gaming, surfing). I knew going in the viewing angle would be less than ideal...but for everything else, the tweaks really turn this monitor around. HIGHLY RECOMMEND anyone with this to do this tweak.
Here's my question...Besides Windows, I also use this monitor in Mac OSX...can this profile work in Mac OSX or is it a windows only deal?