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I had to mess a lot with calibration of colors to get it roughly exactly (my red colors were very “cold” and it didn't dove to screw on the regular RGB settings. If others have the same problem I can recommend enabling “low-blue mode” (think I set it to “reading mode”) to get an orange insert on the screen, after which in can set the blue color in RGB to be stronger (had to set mine to around 70). It certainly gave me more acuate colors, but I might just have been unlucky with factory-calibration of my screen. In addition, the screen pixels have a low response hour for dark colors. That is, there may be a blurry after-image of something while driving across the screen. I feel most you experience it if you look for it, and if you have text running across the screen or similar. It's not a big problem and you get used to it quickly, and besides it's just a compromise you have to live with to otherwise be able to get a screen like this at such a price. In turn, the screen has a fine contrast of a computer screen to be. 1440p 144hz is lovely for both gaming and work. All in all, a really good display for the price, but you might have to struggle a bit to get the colours calibrated right. I'll probably buy another one.
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