Colour Settup TFT Monitor

By (=DoM=)
Mar 5, 2004
  1. Colour Setup TFT Monitor

    Hi, just wondering what the best program is for setting up my TFT monitors colours correctly, Ive got a Hercules ProphetView 920 17" DVi monitor if it makes any difference, ive tried one before which stays in your system background, but it hogged resources, so preferably is there something about which i can use which i dont have to install, or i install once then delete?

    Cheers Guys :bounce:
  2. (=DoM=)

    (=DoM=) TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 230

    anyone? :confused:
  3. InsaneMonkeyBoy

    InsaneMonkeyBoy TS Rookie Posts: 163

    As far as I know there aren't really any programs for setting up tft's. :confused:
  4. InsaneMonkeyBoy

    InsaneMonkeyBoy TS Rookie Posts: 163

    and how come you need it? Isn't the colour working? surely it is.
  5. (=DoM=)

    (=DoM=) TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 230

    Ok, maybe i should have rephrased the post, i need a program for adjusting the brightness/coontrast/gamma of my monitor, that program ive used before which hogged resources was called "3Deep" and it sucked
  6. InsaneMonkeyBoy

    InsaneMonkeyBoy TS Rookie Posts: 163

    oooo yeh 3deep is bad. ISn't that the internet colour software. it sucks. what vga card hav u got? Didn't it come with software that you can use?
  7. (=DoM=)

    (=DoM=) TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 230

    R9700Pro, and yes, it did come with software....3Deep :p
  8. Mictlantecuhtli

    Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345   +11

    How bad are the colors? Most monitors have some kind of settings for color temperature. If you really want to have the best possible colors, then get LaCie's Blue Eye Vision Calibrator. It's not software and not cheap though.
  9. (=DoM=)

    (=DoM=) TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 230

    its not a MAJOR problem, its just that when i get the colours right on my desktop, websites look dark or bright, when i get the colour in 1 game right, another game looks dark, and i just cant find a comfortable medium:confused:
  10. (=DoM=)

    (=DoM=) TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 230

    LaCie's Blue Eye Vision Calibrator OMG!

    Im not made of money, although it does look rather cool, i would rather spend £300 of my hard earnt money on an Athlon 64 :D

    As its a DVi monitor its supposed to adjust everything automatically and so there isnt a Colour Temp option, all i get it brightness/contrast on the monitor settings, i primarily use the driver colour adjustments, but again, if i make the colour look pretty on TechSpot, My desktop looks really dark, if i get the colour on my desktop right, TechSpot looks really bright, its just finding the comfortable medium
  11. InsaneMonkeyBoy

    InsaneMonkeyBoy TS Rookie Posts: 163

    When you say that the darkness varies in your games you dont mention the colours :confused: Well I think you need to change the gamma. If you mean that the darkness is varied then you should change the gamma(brightness) settings on each individual game, to your liking. Hope it helps :grinthumb
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