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Strange monitor behaviour when calibrating it with the colorimeter

Hi all,
I'm trying to correctly calibrate my wide gamut
Acer Nitro XV273K
using an X-Rite i1 display pro colorimeter and i1 profiler software.

Something strange happen on this monitor that I never experienced before on other monitors.

I can easily achieve 6500K moving the Red or Blu gain but moving the Green gain seems to not influence the measured color temperature even if I can see the temperature changing with my naked eyes.

This is bad because I have one gain control less to achieve the temperature I want. It's like calibrating the monitor using red and blu only.

Why I have this problem?

Please help.

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THis feels like more of a calibration question. Try posting in that forum. YOu might get a response.

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THis feels like more of a calibration question. Try posting in that forum. YOu might get a response.
done it thanks
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