Thanks for your help man. I will totally concede that it could be user error. My laptop isn't plugged into Ethernet, and when I did ISF dark profile it was. Maybe I'm having packet loss or something, but that still wouldn't explain the consistent drift at 65 ire I'm seeing. I wonder if I'd be better off just loading a 1d lut into Game mode before I run the profile. I'm down to do another profile tonight with Ethernet plugged in to see if that changes anything.Just try a 10^3 with drift 50 and see what it does?? Just a suggestion, but if it runs without issue you can work up from there.Running 5,000 slide csv file with a drift value of 50. I could be wrong, but when I game on my x it switches to game mode when using allm. So even if ISF dark is set correctly it reverts to game mode no matter what. I have to manually change the mode for my PS4 and switch.
With Xbox, it switches to Game when you power up for the first time, but if you change to something else (eg ISF) it should remember it the next time you switch on. It does for me at least (Iâ€™️m connected directly to HDMI 1). For PS4 etc, youâ€™️re stuck with game mode anyway, so I guess you need it calibrated.
When I get a chance later in the week Iâ€™️ll run a profile myself in Game Mode and see if my set does the same thing.