Clevo P950 LCD Screen Replacement HElp & Advice

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  1. 0n1s4c

    0n1s4c Notebook Consultant

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    Hello everybody

    I have a Clevo P950ER/EP6 for 2 years.
    Here are some specs of it
    - Intel Coffee Lake (Core i7) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz with Intel® UHD Graphics 630 (CFL GT2)
    see https://ark.intel.com/content/www/u...-8750h-processor-9m-cache-up-to-4-10-ghz.html
    - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Mobile
    https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-gtx-1060-mobile.c3016
    - LCD Screen EDID: AUO Model 70ed / B156HAN07.0
    https://www.panelook.com/B156HAN07.0_AUO_15.6_LCM_overview_35106.html
    https://www.panelook.com/B156HAN07.0_AUO_15.6_LCM_parameter_35106.html
    The LCD Screen is 40 pins, 144Hz, IPS & FHD (1920x1080) resolution.



    My question is the folwwing:
    I need a replacement for this LCD, but I don't find the model I have currently.
    So, I search a compatible screen
    On https://www.laptopscreen.com/, all models for P950ER/EP6 are aot of stocks,
    Same things, if I search for AUO B156HAN07.0.

    I'd like test with a LCD screen for P950HP6, witch is a laptop model very similar to mine.
    So, this one
    https://www.laptopscreen.com/French/model/Clevo/P950HP6/
    (choose UHD, 40 pins and matte via the buttons)

    The "concern" here, it is an UHD with 3840x2160 resolution screen.
    I open a ticket on https://www.laptopscreen.com/, to ask the support team, and, the answer was quite "elusive" IMO (meaning nor emphatically, NO neither emphatically YES, but a halway answer).

    So, before I buy this screen, I'd like to know if somebody here, could precise me, if the screen can YES or NO be compatible with my latop, knowing the specs?


    Thanks for reading me.
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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  3. Tech Junky

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    I used kreplacement.com for my system after running into several dealers that wouldn't ship exact model ordered and a coupe of returns due to the same. KR worked with me to get the exact model I was looking for and the edp cable I needed to swap due to going from 30P to 40P on he panel side.

    I'm running a different model but, the UHD630 / GTX1650 will power a 4K panel as that's the upgrade I did.

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/nh58raq-np6855-screen-upgrade-experience.833976/ This has a list of the panels I was looking at.
     
  4. 0n1s4c

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    Thanks for your answer Meaker@Sager, but I didn't precise in first place:
    I'd like to avoid a new AU Optronics/B156HAN07.x Screen because I have poor experience with this brand.
    This is the 2nd time, I need to replace the LCD screen on my laptop, due to white bright marks that appear on the screen after several months of use.
    First time I changed it was 1 year after buying laptop, under warranty, this time, so, no charge.
    But now, I have to pay. I don't want to buy screen, each year of use.

    AU Optronics/B156HAN07.x will be the last choice.

    Thanks again for your help
     
  5. 0n1s4c

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    Hi Tech Junky,

    I'm going to read this post and see what I can learn and do.
    My nVidia Card is GTX 1060 M - MAX-Q, and yes, it can power 4K panel I guess
     
  6. 0n1s4c

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    Re,

    I see NE156QUM-N66 - 4K/60hz has no mounting brackets..
    how did you mount your panel?? o_O

    The panel I have in my machine have "integrated" (in one peace) mounting brackets ... can't remove them to use with another panel
     
  7. Tech Junky

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    My OE panel didn't have mounting brackets thus it has sticky tape holding it to he lid.

    If your model has brackets then you would ideally go with one that has them for screw mounting to the lid. Usually matching up the outline size provides similar mounting options to the OE panel. The easiest way to figure out your existing panel is to download HWINFO and it will pull the info for you.

    https://www.hwinfo.com/download/

    Once you have that you can get panelook.com comparables and drill down to the specific models that fit and have the features you're looking for.
     
  8. 0n1s4c

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    OK,

    I had looked to panelook.com, I have very bad few choices, BUT NOW I HAVE A BIG PROBLEM

    Yesterday, I changer frequency screen from 144Hz to 60Hz. All OK, no problem (I don't konw if it has relation with the current problem).

    This mornay, I close the lid (I precise: in this case, the setting is to: shut off the screen, not suspend) for a few instants, and, back, I reopen it!

    NOTHING!! All black.
    I force a reboot (ALT + IMP SYST + B), nothing!
    I shutdown the PC, plug off all things, USB, power cord, etc and get into PC to: disconnect battery - disconnect CMOS battery for 3 minutes, apply electrical reset bu pushing power button during 1 minute. Reconnect all stuff, try to boot PC and: ALREADY NOTHING IN THE SCREEN.
    - Screen is black and I think there's no backlight
    - No key work even CTRL + ALT + SUPP
    - PC boots with fan noise
    Thats' all!

    Anybody here to help please, this is the mess!
     
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    Check the EDP cable on both ends as it might not have been fully latched.

    If you had any backlighting it would have come on with a reboot.
     
  10. 0n1s4c

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    Hello, Tech Junky.

    I can't believe that!! a piece of ****, very little component on the board (PCB) of the screen was destroyed when I closed the lid!!

    See my photos attached!

    In fact, I didn't fully close the lid !! UNBELIEVABLE!


    SO!! Now, I really need a screen replacement, I'm in the rush!
     

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