I followed step by step your procedure, but there is not much, if any change. Let's say everything looks and reacts exactly like with the Nvidia card. I did try again and again, every thinkable configuration, and procedure variation. In the end, I even installed a trial version of the latest BasicColor D
FULL STOP.. I need you to be very patient and very methodical.. Every time you install new stuff and try new things you're 'polluting' your install and those new things you tried become potential issues. Lets just do one thing at a time okay?
1. I've read the manual for your monitor and done some simple google searches on profiling a Flexscan.. there's nothing like taking advantage of someone else's knowledge.
2. When we first started this you mentioned a 10 bit LUT and I asked you to call Eizo and confirm if your system had hardware LUT's and DDC and if so what software they recommend for calibration.. and you said they didn't. I'm still not sure about the hardware LUT but it does appear (page 26 of your manual) you have DDC which is a communication link between your PC and your monitor via the DVI port (providing you are using the DVI cables that came with your monitors so the link can be activated (see how your HDMI-DVI adapter was at least part of the problem?)) and is typically used for screen adjustment and the transfer of LUT tables. I don't know and can't tell without talking to Eizo if you indeed have hardware LUT's though the listing of a 10 bit LUT and DDC both point in that direction.
What this means is you can't profile this monitor like you would an average monitor without DDC and hardware LUT's. To do is effectively adding a layer of color adjustment on top of another layer of adjustment... and the results are bound to be one screwed up looking screen.. which is what you're describing.
3. All this told me that at a minimum there is a very specific piece of software to be used to communicate with your monitor.. and it turns out there is.
4. A brief Google turned up this gem of knowledge: http://www.imagescience.com.au/kb/question...ne+Display+2%29
which is basically the exact instructions on how to color profile a Flexscan using the provided Eizo software AND the 1i2 hardware puck you already have. Why the hell Eizo didn't lead you down this same path boggles the mind.. except like I said before, most of these techs who answer the phone are people with no experience on the subject and ten minutes of training on how to follow an interactive computer troubleshooting procedure.. sad really..
5. Below are my recommendations. It would be helpful if you followed them exactly AND THEN STOP AND DO NOTHING ELSE UNTIL WE CHAT AGAIN..
a. Clean your system of all color profiling software, color profiles, and video card extras other than the base video card drivers.
b. Reboot, double check your clean.
c. Turn off the second monitor and lets just calibrate one monitor and make it look right for now.
d. Follow the instructions exactly that are in the link I provided above.
e. If the monitor ends up looking correct.. go ahead and do the second one. IF NOT, STOP AND DON'T DO ANYTHING MORE.
6. Keep in mind that this is a wide gamut monitor. Wide gamut monitors will show very saturated reds/pinks when viewing mismatched profiles. If you work primarily in sRGB then you should be using the sRGB mode of your monitor and profiling it as such. All your files should then have the sRGB color space tagged.
7. Explain exactly what you mean by "pink uneven cast." is this when viewing an image, or if you put a white box up across the screen?
8. Slow down.. one step at a time.. Eizo is a very good company and I seriously doubt they're putting out monitors with severe color casts.. especially that you would get three of them. These are not crap monitors.. even their cheap stuff are very good compared to the average. The chances are something isn't being done right..