impossible to say about your particular screen colors compared to mine or any other due to your color management whichever is used even identical hard and software.
I have had 3 2475w.
There have been problems on 2 and the third is pretty durn good.
I was having trouble matching any realistic terms from shooting to print.
Over and over I adjusted to get things even just meh.
Then finally I returned the monitor because of another problem, (funny mist hard to explain unless you see it. Half the screen had cast differences all the time, second screen had a funny caterpillar looking blob down the side of the bezel- hard to miss unless you're blind.
So, 2 monitors and I couldn't get even close to the real colors of say a skunks nose,
THEN, after the caterpillar blob incident,
the third monitor is just so nice-
no kidding the 5% better equaled a world of opportunity for sharpening etc.
Now remember I bought the 1rst from B&H full price, then HP satisfied their warranty twice (I understand there may have been a change in warranty for new sold 2475w as too many were coming back
The third screen right away on the fur of a bobcat there was a certain depth and fine coloring I never could achieve on my first two monitors.
Now I only occasionally profile it and wonder if
this is just luck.
I wouldn't rule out those settings being off.
Mine are very different.
Practically factory settings.
Let me guess;
you cant get your luminosity in range unless you turn down the brightness?