I have an Asus 670GTX + LGIPS237 LED monitor on HDMI (1.4).
This monitor is brand new. I wasn't satisfied with the colors and brightness as both were dull and dim. So I turn to use Digital Vibrance via the Nvidia Control Panel (-->Desktop Colors etc..).
When I change the values from default 50% to 88% or any value for that matter - The colors become WAY more vivid and the screen looks sweet.
But EVERY TIME MY PC RESTARTS THE COLORS BECOME LESS VIVID, LESS DEEP and a bit too white-like.
They are still better than 50% though.
So I open the Nvidia control panel - and the moment I touch the scale - for example from 88% to 87% - THE COLORS BECOME AMAZING AGAIN, and it seems like my display goes back to its amazing brightness and contrast.
What the hell is this issue? It is a pain messing with the Vibrance on every boot.
Can anyone help me find a solution?
Please try it for yourself - restart the system and decrease/incease the value of vibrance even by a single digit (in my case it becomes better by like 30%)
instead of changing the video card setting, try setting the monitor itself instead.
How? What should I do?
[This monitor is poorly supported.. it came with only a version 1.00 driver (that's also the only thing available in the web) that doesn't do anything, so I decided not to install it (doesn't help the issue). And Also a True Color Finder that isn't compatible with the screen, and is probably more damage than it helps..]