Ok i just did this with W10 and tried it with my Dell visor on ED, now it is not OLED black levels but i could swear the colours are a bit more vibrante in the game and the black level is not so grey.........i will check more tomorrow but it did look a bit better after disabling fast boot and restarting the whole PC........but the colours do seems better. 🙂
I have a really important thing you need to do otherwise the colors
on your HP Reverb will look washed out and too white. I noticed my cockpit
in the A10C looked really washed out and I couldn't really see the
gauges properly, but this also happens in other games. Follow this guide to disable fast windows
start and it fixes the colour in the HP Reverb and makes it look like it should. Especially make sure to
follow section 6 and click on the "change settings that are unavailable".
Then you will be able to untick what you need to untick in the link I've provided. I can believe
this fixes the washed out look in the cockpits and other washed out
whites in games. You would think HP would tell you to do this, but we
have to find these things out ourselves. 🙂https://www.windowscentral.com/how-disable-windows-10-fast-startup
@Techy111 - I'm still getting bright whites that make it difficult to read the APU in the A10C. Can you read the APU letters and numbers? I'm that busy playing Fallout 4 though and it's such a joy to see everything so clear. I'm just learning to play Fallout 4 and it's a blast, so much to it that I'm going to be playing this for a while.
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Like the cosmos thread why do we need 2x Reverb threads?