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Regarding the screen tweaks, can anyone provide some input on how I can make the whites a little 'cooler' or more 'whiter'
Also whats a relatively safe GPU OC speed ?
For now just turn down the green and add more blue and red. Off the top my head, green to -20, add 1x blue and red.
 
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For now just turn down the green and add more blue and red. Off the top my head, green to -20, add 1x blue and red.
Controls are not in RGB, have you seen the Screen section for the Steaks on this kernel ?
 
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Controls are not in RGB, have you seen the Screen section for the Steaks on this kernel ?
With the gains, you can almost mimic and RGB control (just gotta play with it). I posted this article on the AT&T Note II thread (Perseus) because a person wanted their screen to look closer to the iPhone 5:
http://www.cnet.com/8301-17918_1-575...pple-iphone-5/

The charts on the bottom can help determine where the Note II stands @ default, Dynamic, Natural, and Movie modes @ full brightness. From there, tweak away. Using the Green-Cyan Chroma Gain is like adjusting your G and the curve will go more cyan or less (again, need to play with it). The greens are definitely high in our device so turning the Green-Cyan Chroma Gain will certainly help with increasing your coolness (cool = more Blue-Magenta Gain with a higher Curve... your color will pop on Standard nicely but be weary of oversaturation of purples).

Just messing with my settings: 'Standard' Screen mode; Everything default except for Green-Cyan Gain & Curve @ -7, Blue-Magenta Gain @ +26 and Curve -6 (dropped my curve because I don't care much for intense purple). The whites are definitely cooler with this setting. Do the opposite if you want a warmer color.
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With the gains, you can almost mimic and RGB control (just gotta play with it). I posted this article on the AT&T Note II thread (Perseus) because a person wanted their screen to look closer to the iPhone 5:
http://www.cnet.com/8301-17918_1-575...pple-iphone-5/

The charts on the bottom can help determine where the Note II stands @ default, Dynamic, Natural, and Movie modes @ full brightness. From there, tweak away. Using the Green-Cyan Chroma Gain is like adjusting your G and the curve will go more cyan or less (again, need to play with it). The greens are definitely high in our device so turning the Green-Cyan Chroma Gain will certainly help with increasing your coolness (cool = more Blue-Magenta Gain with a higher Curve... your color will pop on Standard nicely but be weary of oversaturation of purples).

Just messing with my settings: 'Standard' Screen mode; Everything default except for Green-Cyan Gain & Curve @ -7, Blue-Magenta Gain @ +26 and Curve -6 (dropped my curve because I don't care much for intense purple). The whites are definitely cooler with this setting. Do the opposite if you want a warmer color.
I tried it, no change in whites.. Im still on the warm whites.. or what my friend says thats a "D6500" white.
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I tried it, no change in whites.. Im still on the warm whites.. or what my friend says thats a "D6500" white.
What are you using as a reference? My phone is definitely higher than 6500K and with your phone on Screen Mode 'Standard' alone, it would definitely be cooler than D6500 (Dynamic and Standard practically have the same color temperature roughly 7000K-7500K).
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With the gains, you can almost mimic and RGB control (just gotta play with it). I posted this article on the AT&T Note II thread (Perseus) because a person wanted their screen to look closer to the iPhone 5:
http://www.cnet.com/8301-17918_1-575...pple-iphone-5/

The charts on the bottom can help determine where the Note II stands @ default, Dynamic, Natural, and Movie modes @ full brightness. From there, tweak away. Using the Green-Cyan Chroma Gain is like adjusting your G and the curve will go more cyan or less (again, need to play with it). The greens are definitely high in our device so turning the Green-Cyan Chroma Gain will certainly help with increasing your coolness (cool = more Blue-Magenta Gain with a higher Curve... your color will pop on Standard nicely but be weary of oversaturation of purples).

Just messing with my settings: 'Standard' Screen mode; Everything default except for Green-Cyan Gain & Curve @ -7, Blue-Magenta Gain @ +26 and Curve -6 (dropped my curve because I don't care much for intense purple). The whites are definitely cooler with this setting. Do the opposite if you want a warmer color.
There's no point in discussing this now as sometime soon you'll get the new controls and a spectrophotometer calibrated master profile.

The chroma gains also definitely don't affect whites. You'll have a separate temperature control directly controlling colour temperature in 100K steps.
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There's no point in discussing this now as sometime soon you'll get the new controls and a spectrophotometer calibrated master profile.

The chroma gains also definitely don't affect whites. You'll have a separate temperature control directly controlling colour temperature in 100K steps.
AndreiLux, with your Kernel going the way it is, will there anything we wont be able to tweak!!
Cant wait for your next realise, great work, thanks!
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Hi AndreiLux! Firstly, thank you for your great work: this is the only kernel I use! I just have a request and would like to know if it's possible for you to realize it.

I noticed that the Note 2 doesn't have dithering enabled, so the screen quality isn't at its best. I clearly remember the one I had on my S2 with CM10 + dithering, and really miss it... The Note 2 has higher resolution and better screen quality, but it's not enough: banding is one of the worst defect I always see when using it. I've never used CM10 with it, but I know that dithering would make the screen perfect.
I know you said that it doesn't work on mDNIe, but I read that you're working on an alternative screen control which will replace it. My question is: will you be able to add dithering? It's one of the most important features I miss on my Note 2.

Thank you in advance!

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