FS: Alienware 17" WUXGA RGBLED 0J2CY8 Screen Display assembly pulled from r2

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  1. orijin

    orijin Notebook Evangelist NBR Reviewer

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    1) WUXGA RGBLED 0J2CY8 r2 Screen Display assembly pulled from r2

    2) Used

    3) Photos attached

    4) $350 or best offer + cost of shipping

    5) Paypal only

    6) Fedex or USPS, insured, signature confirmation and delivery confirmation. Shipping only in North America. Free shipping in the USA.

    7) Sold few laptops, few computer components on this forum no complaints yet. First time selling a display assembly

    8) Selling because @tomX was originally looking for one on these forums so i pulled it from my r2 as I had a spare wuxga non rgb screen but he has went MIA for few days and haven't responded at all so I figure ill just sell it.

    Need the money more so than the looks of the screen as I use an external led monitor for my r2 anyway.

    Photo 1 was taken with my sony nex 3 and the photo 2 was taken with my iphone and was emailed to @tomX so I used the same photo for part verification.
     

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    spradhan01 Notebook Virtuoso

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    So is this a RGB or Non RGB?
     
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    orijin Notebook Evangelist NBR Reviewer

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    like title and description says RGB LED :)
     
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    Ok for me sending pm.
     
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    i notice that there's a new dell part # 0DHMC (instead of 0CWMH) for the rgb led now. your picture seems to show the same number. I also talked to dell sales and they said it's an rgb led wuxga, priced around $1200. Can anyone else confirm this?
     
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    i am not really sure the difference but it seems supposedly the 285 card needs the 0DHMC monitor, which this monitor is.

    This was pulled from a m17x r2 that used nvidia 285m card.

    I do not believe the 0DHMC is the actually part number, it is actually 0J2CY8.

    They replaced the whole assembly screen last year for my r2 with this screen last year when i accidentally missed my friend with a football and it beam onto my screen haha. So i assume this screen is fairly new.

    This screen also has the 3 antenna wires for wireless card such as the intel 6300 and the killer card which utilizes the white, black and grey wireless wires
     
  8. katalin_2003

    katalin_2003 NBR Spectre Super Moderator

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    There are just two types of RGB LED Dell used for the M17x R2.
    The statement that the GTX 285Ms need a certain type of screen is FALSE.
    I owned both of the RGB screens (only have one left and a Dual CCFL) and did a lot of testing.
    Never heard of that before but as you can see I have the above GPUs and didn't had the slightest issue pairing them with both screen types.

    What I can add is that both versions work with the M17x too ;)
     
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    Well I did say supposedly, googling that part number turn out to say something about 285 needing that monitor to work didn't come with that conclusion myself.
     
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    Well, no problem running it with the GTX 285Ms.

    Good luck
     
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