randomboolean Yup. I was originally having problems around the Thursday/Friday mark of a typical work week. The monitor is pretty bright for a CCFL, so even at 50% it can pack a punch. I had a dramatic improvement in eye comfort symptoms when I did the following:
- Brightness 0%, Contrast 50% (defaults are 50% / 50%)
- OSD (On Screen Display) --> Preset Modes --> Change from "Standard" to "Warm"
- f.lux (running at 5000K at all times)
Using these settings, I only get eye fatigue from overreading, which I'm also pretty sure would happen to me on print as well.
If I don't have these settings however, I will eventually get that odd pain behind the eyes and a bit of that LED headache after a few hours. I will actually deliberately have the default settings when I am working on color-sensitive work, and I literally just power through it.
I only have the option to use VGA or DVI with mine, and I'm using DVI.