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I have read a few reports following professional calibrations that have used a setting of Warm1, rather Warm2, when calibrating ST50/GT50/VT50 displays. I am rather new to this, but I had been under the assumption that Warm2 was the best option. Now, I'm not so sure and I am hoping to get some feedback on this. Now, I will try this for myself to see what my own results are as well.

Here is what I am achieving currently on my GT50 with Warm2:

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I have read a few reports following professional calibrations that have used a setting of Warm1, rather Warm2, when calibrating ST50/GT50/VT50 displays. I am rather new to this, but I had been under the assumption that Warm2 was the best option. Now, I'm not so sure and I am hoping to get some feedback on this. Now, I will try this for myself to see what my own results are as well.
Here is what I am achieving currently on my GT50 with Warm2:

The general consensus I believe is to start out with the color temperature that is closest to 6500k, maybe that is warm1 in this years models ?

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Thank you. I am an amateur at this and I'm figuring it out as I go along. I don't know why it dips a bit at 30%. I will post my other graphs later and see if anyone has any thoughts.
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