I’m bit confused on where to post this. Here’s the deal. I just bought a Dell S2440L. Hooked it up to my integrated graphics via HDMI on my DH67BL MoBo. I bought this monitor because it’s supposed to have good black levels and deep contrasts. I got it home, hooked it up and used the calibration settings from tft central. Immediately I noticed that it looked sort of washed out. So I logged on here to HF and discovered that some of the Nvidia cards have an issue with this on HDMI out and a quick fix is to set the card to YCbCr and this will fix the washed out issue. Well I’m using the integrated graphics on my DH67BL with an I5-2400 (I believe it’s Intel HD Graphics 2000). Even though I’m not using an Nvidia card I thought I’d try the Nvidia trick anyhow. Success! Immediately I noticed the black levels and contrast look much better! Upon further reading, from my understanding by using YCbCr is that I’m limiting my color range to 16-235 rather than 0-255. I’m not finding any way around this. So, with all that said, is my only option to be able to achieve RGB 0-255 color range via HDMI output to look for a different video card? Thanks for any help, but video cards/graphics are not one of my strong points and I’m kind of learning as I go along.