Best eDP panels sold in aftermarket?

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by NB_Neenja, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. NB_Neenja

    NB_Neenja Notebook Consultant

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    For notebook users with 40 pin eDP motherboards (no G-SYNC) what are the best aftermarket screens? Were there any panels that stood head-and-shoulders above the rest for their generation?

    For example: an IPS panel with great refresh rate, or TN panel with really good sRGB gamut. Just looking for opinions on the best panels of past and present.
     
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    VoodooBane Notebook Consultant

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    It is limited per model.,and really the only we have testes so far. There is a sticky post for all laptop lcd upgrades and mxm upgrade and etc. Best is there.

    Lcd wise the better gamut color is always gives everyone a "blown" away affect" with the it looks soooooo GOOD. I admit is is godly.

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    NB_Neenja Notebook Consultant

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    The IPS panel does look really good, especially glossy. I just wish I could find one able to overclock to 90Hz stable for gaming and is eDP compatible. Sadly info about that seems quite rare.
     
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    I hate glossy lol, renders my laptop useless unless I use it at night.
     
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    N156HHE-GA1 - A 1080p TN panel with great contrast (>1000:1) and colours (100% sRGB, 89% AdobeRGB)

    Most modern 4K laptop panels with a RGB pixel matrix (NOT RGBW aka fake 4K), have excellent colour reproduction, contrast and brightness (300 - 400 nits). The only downside is that they suffer from high pixel response times which means they can exhibit ghosting while gaming.
     
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