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Old Jul 17, 2019, 09:31 AM   #54
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Color differences these days will be due to the color settings and monitor. All color information is sent digitally over HDMI/DVI Link/Displayport. AMD did have better color back in the analog VGA days because they had a better 2D processor, but any perceived color differences now will be due to the initial color setting or monitor used. Or the age old placebo affect.

First thing I do when I get a new card or monitor is calibrate the card first to make sure its sending out a base signal, calibrate the monitor accordingly, then recalibrate the card again to my tastes (which is generally a neutral output (not warm or cool) with a slightly higher contrast/color vibrance from base (really takes advantage of LG's superior color display over PC IPS). Then enjoy that setup for years to come without touching it again.
Originally Posted by Jay20016 View Post
But hey, let us not forget that while you bemoan about how Hollywood is bending over backwards for that market, you're also asking them to simultaneously consider the 'delicate' sensibilities of those state side who need to see a flag plastered all over the place like some Michael Bay movie barfed into another equally worse Michael Bay movie that then **** into the mouth of the team who designs the Call of Duty campaigns with all of their red, white and blue awesomeness with such an overly large boner for America that one does not need to actually 'fly' to the moon, they simply could tight rope on top if it. And if you're concerned about whether or not that penis is strong enough to be load bearing for such a journey, you forget that what fills all of those engorged crevices is freedom.
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