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<a class= Oct 14, 2011, 04:36pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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My problem is pretty simple, I have a custom color calibrated ICC profile that makes everything look nice and I use it to edit photos etc. But whenever I play a fullscreen 3d game, nvidia doesn't use that profile although it is set as the system's default.


I need to figure out a way to hack nvidia drivers/lut tables or whatever to import my custom profile so 3d games dont look all ugly. Is there a way of doing that? It would even be okay if I could manually edit nvidia's settings to match my profile but I'd need to figure out how to open it and what RGB/hue vibrance numbers to set.


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