DELL G3 3590 Display Upgrade options

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  1. Filip Bronola

    Filip Bronola Newbie

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    I know this model has the option for a 144hz 1080p ips panel, but I purchased the one with the standard 60hz WVA panel. After digging a lot, I have found many 60hz panels that should work, and have actually ordered the N156HCE-EN1 which has superior colors and a slightly better response time. I've now also discovered that this laptop has a 40pin edp connector on the mobo that branches off into the camera and a 30 pin edp to the display. So it seems that with the right 40pin edp cable, you could be able to buy the same panel as the more expensive model which I'm assuming has a B156HAN08.0 display, but the problem is finding the right cable. The cable on this laptop has one of those shelled pin connectors that connect to the mobo that look like the one closest to the camera in this pic:[​IMG]
    But then after finding a 40 pin edp cable that has the right connector, the issue is finding one with the right webcam connection thing, which I'm not even sure of what it does. Would it be possible to buy a 40 pin EDP cable and rewire it to work with the existing webcam connector that comes off of the original cable?

    If any of you want to also chime in on this, I'd be glad to hear it, as I'm personally also trying to see if I should return the display that I have on order and buy the b156han08, or just hold on to it.
     
  2. B0B

    B0B Notebook Deity

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    Cable aside that panel you ordered I think is meant for the older style laptops with thicker bezels. The panel is the same size but the metal housing that surrounds the display is different.

    If it does fit that would be good to know too. The bezels on the 3590 are on the thinner side but not too thin
     
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