You present a monitor profile triangle where the green primary is x=0,18, y=0,65 roughly.
Do you trust this result?
I mean, you definitely measured them with Spyder (2 or 3, I do not know). BUT, would you take i1display 2 then the green primary appears at x=0,22, y=0,71 roughly.
The latter result is MUCH CLOSER to what Dell advertise, what is written in many reviews (who used i1dsiplay 2 device, though, for instance, on tftcentral.co.uk) and what is written in the monitor's EDID.
I personally, used Spyder 3 on my 2408wfp, got exactly what you got, then started investigating the matters and eventually tried i1display 2. It gives totally different for the green primary (as quoted above) and there are NO problems with covering sRGB in sRGB mode if you measure with i1display 2.
Having in memory your review where you used a monochromator rented in SINP, I would be happy to see any consistent check and eventual proof of which colorimeter is better for this particular monitor.
For example, is it possible to have power spectrum distribution for pure green, red and blue? The rest of calculations I can do by Maple.
With best regards,
PS I have sent you few e-mails on you msu e-mail (opened clicking on your name) on the problem with more details and thoughts.
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