The optimal settings of the monitor?

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Used to my monitor which worked for a long time. Recently changed one on two other new, and noticed that his eyes began to get tired and had a strong feeling of discomfort.


What brightness/contrast/gamma/temperature you use that would be easy to work more than 15 minutes and have eyes remained okay?

Or even a question — on what basis and with what do you set your monitor after purchase?
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Everything except the brightness leave the factory as a rule. The brightness is often set at a fairly minimal level (but not the highest) at work and surfing when watching movies twisting by 90%. In games — 100%. Much depends on your personal perception of the world, so universal and for — all. The monitor is sitting more than 8 hours a day.
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At the computer more than 12 hours a day for that year. In the dark minimum brightness at light maximum. Eyes are not tired, sight unit.
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Depends on how You have the lighting where the monitor is and what kind of matrix he is done.
Personally, I prefer to lower the brightness to a comfortable perception — the eyes themselves will tell You when they will have less pressure.
Turn the brightness and contrast a bit makes sense.
What are the monitors themselves pampered?
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Dell U2410 — brightness: 30, contrast: 38 sharpness: 50. Sometimes 14 hours of work, with very short breaks, eye fatigue, back soon :)
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If no calibrator, you can configure using ancient programs like nokia monitor test Pattern Gen NEC or even web services, like this.
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The temperature I prefer the 6500, although there are also fans of 9300.
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If the question color it on Habre was a small article in the cltest
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