4. Now create your ICC profile using QuickMonitorProfile, a companion program to QuickGamma. This tool reads important monitor parameters directly from its firmware, then creates an ICC profile from them. Select your monitor type from the drop-down list.
5. The 'Chromaticity coordinates' field shows the values from the monitor and the table in the current profile. The best choice here is 'Selected monitor'; otherwise, choose Adobe RGB. The media white point should be picked up automatically. If it doesn't read D65 (6500K), you might want to change it to this.
6. Check the target gamma reads 2.2, then give the profile a name. Tick the boxes for 'Install profile' and 'Make default profile', then click Create. You will now be able to see your saved profile in Display properties, Settings, Advanced, Color Management.