BenQ XL2411T/Strobelight/Amd

Discussion in 'Displays' started by aCidz, May 1, 2014.

  1. aCidz

    aCidz n00b

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    Hello all
    I need help for setting my XL2411T with strobelight.
    Anyone have good setting for Amd?
    -lightboost percentage?
    -contrast?
    -strobe brightness?
    -catalyst control center Colors adjustment ?

    Thx for your answers :)
     
  2. aCidz

    aCidz n00b

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    Nobody can help me?
     
  3. kurtnilsen

    kurtnilsen n00b

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    Hello.

    I have that same monitor, and i use it 24/7 with strobelight.

    At first the colours where not very good when using strobelight, so i always switched it off when not gaming.

    I recently adjusted the settings, and now they are ok i think.

    The settings i use on the monitor:
    Contrast: 65
    Lightboost: 30 %

    I have nvidia, but i think you should manage to do the same thing with AMD.

    When everything is at default settings you should see what is the dominant color on the screen.
    For me that was RED, so adjusted RED down until it was not dominant anymore.
    After that i saw that blue was the dominant colour, so i adjusted that down until i thought it was ok.
    The some places looked a little green, so i adjusted green down a little bit. Used the grey background on the hardforum to get rid of the little green tint that where left.

    Hope that made some sense...
    With this you can get ok colours without the need for a calibrator.
     
  4. aCidz

    aCidz n00b

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    Thx dude for your comment i will try some tweak :)
     
  5. kurtnilsen

    kurtnilsen n00b

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    np!

    On my screen i use these settings:
    RED: Brightness: 30 %
    GREEN: Brightness: 45 %
    BLUE: Brightness 40 %

    ALL: Gamme: 0,85

    Are your screen red dominant?
     
  6. aCidz

    aCidz n00b

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    Yeees;
    i just foolow your tweak and now i'm happy with this configuration!