Nvidia Control Panel and Cloned Displays. Help Needed!

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  1. Arecaidian Fox
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    Arecaidian Fox Pink Foxi

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    I'm helping a good friend of mine a little with his PC. He has an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980, and three displays. The two smaller displays (both ASUS VG248s) are on his desk and the third is actually his big LG TV, which is set up as a display clone of the primary monitor, so if he wants he can use his TV to game while on the couch and stuff. The issue we are having is that even though I can select only the LG to make adjustments to the display color to in the Nvidia Control Panel, any changes made to hue, gamma, brightness and the like from there are made on BOTH displays and not just the TV. The TV on it's own is too dark for gaming and adjusting it through it's built in menu both fails to compensate enough and makes anything else hooked up to it look oversaturated or washed out. We get the inverse problem if we just adjust the TV and try to correct the monitor with its menu. Now the primary ASUS monitor looks awful. Is there any way to make the Nvidia Control Panel adjust JUST the screen I select, even if the display is cloned (like it should in the first place -.- )?
     
  2. Jaggent360

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    Um, so what I got is that u configure TV thru windows, and the monitor and TV is going the same? HAHAHahaha.... No. All made changes are applied to every outgoing monitor. Or press win+p and double click a monitor to adjust. No need to touch the nvidia shit.