Dell Inspiron 7577 - Teardown | Mods & Upgrades | Technical Details | Pics of Internals | Optimizing

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Which hardware configuration do you have?

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  1. S1lentSymph0ny

    S1lentSymph0ny Newbie

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    If anyone is looking to replace their Inspiron 7577 screen with a 120Hz panel, the Chi Mei N156HHE-GA1 works with full brightness control.

    Just replaced mine over the weekend and it's so much better than the stock LG panel.

    [​IMG]
     
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  2. DoctorRzepa

    DoctorRzepa Notebook Enthusiast

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    How much did it cost? Did you need to disassembly whole laptop or only screen cover?
     
  3. S1lentSymph0ny

    S1lentSymph0ny Newbie

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    I paid around $120 (with some eBay coupons). I was unable to find a panel in the USA when I bought mine so I had to order it from China. This is the seller I bought it from: https://ebay.to/2l4gsAk

    I did see some panels panel pop up recently being sold from San Antonio, TX: https://ebay.to/2MfBCaW

    For disassembly you only need to remove the plastic bezel around the screen. I'll go ahead and let you know that the plastic clips make awful noises when removing/reinstalling the bezel. If you replace your panel I would be sure to unplug the battery before touching any connectors.

    [​IMG]
     
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  5. Quadzilla

    Quadzilla The eye is watching you

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    It will bulge less if you remove the blue foam pads but it fits as i have done it on a few 7577s and no one ever had an issue.

    You can remove the pads and even reuse them later if you want to put them back.
     
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  6. Maleko48

    Maleko48 Notebook Evangelist

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    This was detailed in the other main 7577 thread here on NBR a while back. It should probably come up if you search for "7mm" or "9.5mm" in that thread.

    Sorry for your troubles.
     
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