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Digital Vibrance

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
May 22, 2004 4:45:51 AM

i used to scoff at DV .. then i had it for a good 6 months while i had to resort to a TI4200 which had this feature. after testing it and laughing at how it was mererly a play on color saturation and stuff, i actually subconciously started to love it

such crisp colors without any washing into eachother, unless you really crank it up. after upgrading to a new monitor that has slighly duller colors than my previous one, and also going to a DV lacking ATI card it was like a shock. at first i thought my monitor was just really shitty, and i was going to return it and get a samsung 963DF (or something) but then i realized what it was.. hooked it up to my roomates TI4200 and it was obvious

ATI should make something like this. its a feature that makes a huge difference and is on permanently, even in windows

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May 22, 2004 7:31:29 AM

I'm still laughing at it lol. Messes up my PSing.

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May 22, 2004 9:07:14 AM

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May 22, 2004 10:57:31 PM

I have a ti440 and DV is not on, what effect will this have on performance if any? If I can get richer colors thats good, but not at the expense of speed.
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May 23, 2004 1:15:56 AM

Have you tried adjusting the Colour Temp of your monitor?

Not sure what you have but I've heard that helps achieve a similar effect, especialy if you can manual adjust between 4-9+K; and although yes not the same, supposedly it helps.

Just a thought.

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