Your question is a little ambiguous, can you show a screenshot of the setting and clarify where this is that you're trying to optimize.
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When you just want to use the EDID and see the monitor without AMD software color correction, you want to set it to Automatic. Automatic is what your looking for , but keep in mind this has no affect on how photo's are edited or printed, that falls under custom ICM profiles and windows color managment.
Sounds like your wanting to edit for correct color tones, but unless you have a top monitor to compare yours to, i would just trust the monitors calibration software, and leave it at automatic. AMD color correction would be used for montiors that have no software .
Keep in mind though, not many monitors are good enough to use Automatic and you might start to notice off-colors, but this wil never reflect on photoshop editing, what might look dark on yours, when posted online and seen on another monitor will look correct.
Using Automatic is seeing the monitor for what it really is, most monitors will still need the overlay provided by AMD to get color tones closer to what they should be.
Your panel can use Adobe RGB so select that color space and then use the vendor software to calibrate it to your room lighting
Thanks for that! It was a bit confusing in the AMD Radeon settings and there is nothing explaining the color temperature function.