@twocables It is possible to do much, much better. We have had prototypes and shaders to do this for many years. Some more is possible soon.
Right, but maintaining perfect color accuracy while using a very warm color temperature like 2300K or lower seems to be something that will always be impossible. Sure, it should be possible to get reasonably good color accuracy for casual use, but not for professional use where color accuracy is absolutely critical.
Exit all programs.
Press the Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog box.
Type in the following text, and then press Enter. msconfig. ...
In the System Configuration window, on the Boot tab, uncheck Safe boot. ...
When you are asked to restart the computer, click Restart.
@XenoXilus Yeah, that's not supposed to happen. I've got a Xeon (Intel) CPU quad core, but it has NO onboard graphics. I'd say just disable your onboard graphics, even though you're probably not using it. Let me know if that helps.