What is Color Sustainer? Color Sustainer is an application that allows you to associate color profiles with particular display modes. These profiles are loaded automatically for their respective modes as you: -switch displays on and off -add and remove displays -change display modes - from Windows, games, media players, this application, or any other application - load up full-screen applications (e.g. games) that reset and override (but not ignore) set color profiles. Currently at version 1.05 Download - http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/color_sustainer_download.html This application requires the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 redistributable to be installed. Special thanks to eclap, NCX, and several friends of mine for testing out the application and giving me very helpful feedback. Extra special thanks to imryno for providing the steps needed to parse ICC profiles. Starting from v1.05, all ICC profiles that have VCGT tags (i.e. have gamma ramps that can loaded into the Video Card LUT) are supported. Thanks to NCX for suggesting a catchy title. Feedback will be very appreciated, and questions are welcome of course! Sister thread is up, keeping a list of games and what they do with respect to color profiles (override, ignore, brightness slider, etc...). Tip for Intel graphics users (including muxless switchable graphics I believe): The Intel Graphics application that stays in the Tray overrides your color profiles when certain applications, including games, are launched. The override is permanent and you can no longer change color profiles. The solution is to keep the tray application closed and disable its running on startup. Look for the terms "Intel" and "Tray" for the application. Some aspects of Color Management http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-qnix-x-star-1440p-monitor-club/19670#post_22612393 2017-05-25: People, I am quitting this forum. Anyone who would like to ask anything, or even have a nice chat, contact me at yasamoka (at) hotmail (dot) com until I move this forum thread to my own forum if I see the need to make one.