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I recently had some free time so I actually tried using an HDMI hookup Vs. my DVI and I noticed the same thing, my colors looked really washed out compared to what I was use to seeing. I personally didn't like it so I went back to my DVI connections.
IMHO I don't think it was anything wrong with the connection or the HDMI, I just think one has to do a really good calibration to achieve optimal color/picture when using HDMI.
Maybe someone else here can chime in, hope you get it sorted out.
thanks for the reply!, i do read that monitor even tho exactly the same, never will be 100% the same, need to recalibrate color etc to match the other monitor
i do already done calibrating the color, switching from dvi to DP, but still cant get the exact same color, its like theres brown tint in front of the screen
right now i'm trying order new hdmi cable, the exact brand that i'm using on the other monitor, hope it'll help even tho i very much doubt it lol
Not exactly true, good quality monitors with quality panels will be pretty identical to each other, but the budget low end panels like you have, I assume BenQ GW2270 VA LED Eye-care Monitor | BenQ Global is your monitor, will vary widely, as well as the viewing angle (178° viewing angle on a VA panel is very optimistic).