This is something which bugs me for years already, and we're talking decades of Nvidia drivers. The "output dynamic range" option "limited" only applies to TVs, not digital displays like monitors or VR HMDs. Yet, after every new install, this is set to "limited", resulting in washed out colours [for anything connected via HDMI, which nowadays most monitors are]. Is there no way for the driver to see a digital display? Why is HDMI automatically assumed to be a TV? Previously, I did not only have to set to limited for my monitor (which is connected via DVI/adapter --> HDMI) but in particular for my Rift which is connected to the GPU's HDMI port, this had to be done manually via connecting a monitor to the respective port, so it seemed to have been a "per port" setting. After having connected a monitor to HDMI and the driver in NV CtrlPanel set to "full", the Rift then kept this setting. IN THESE latest drivers, I noticed that when I set to "full" on my desktop, that this also set the HDMI port to "full", without me having to connect a monitor and do this manually. Just wanted to ask whether this has changed, so that indeed setting this in desktop (say on a monitor connected to DVI) does now also affect HDMI? (TLDR: Has this maybe changed from a "per port" setting to a global setting?) Thanks!