Gt73vr 7RE change screen

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  1. Bobbert9

    Bobbert9 Notebook Consultant

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    Haha you tempt me! Sigh.

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    I've thought the same thing about such a small screen and 4k. I've been mostly playing Dishonored 2 lately on my Titan but last night I went into Far Cry 5 and was blown away by the colors. It was better than my thousand dollar Samsung UltraWide Quantum Dot monitor on my desktop. I mean eye-bleed popping color and contrast that I just haven't been seeing (and I've finished FC 5 on my desktop so I've looked at it for many hours.)

    I have noticed many people on here defend this panel as the best they have used on a laptop and I can see why. I know the density and sharpness won't match 4k, but I have also heard some say the colors on the 4k panel don't match the HD one. Apparently HDR is not implemented on the 4k screens yet? Anyway, I really enjoyed what I saw last night and I want to try more of my titles soon and see what they look like.

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    kolias Notebook Evangelist

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    Yesterday guys my new screen show up.
    And yes it’s supports GSYNG like before with my 4K panel
    It’s rev c4 I don’t know the difference thought
     

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    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    How are you liking the screen? If anything, high refresh at least makes normal windows use quite snappier hahaha :)
     
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    kolias Notebook Evangelist

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    Tonight I will test it because I wasn’t there.
    My brother take care of her yesterday and he sent me the pictures.
    We see in a couple hours...:rolleyes:
    You think that with the MSI TRUE COLOR will be the colors better?
     
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    Compared to stock, yes, very much so. Stock colors are way too cool/blue and even lack a bit of pop. At least the SRGB profile looks better than stock. And there are many calibration files roaming around the forums too, I used one a long time ago which was similar to SRGB.

    You can also customize in general how it looks so that you get the best quality for you.
     
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    kolias Notebook Evangelist

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    I saw here that they have profile calibration for that screen.
    Do I need the spyder elite program to install the profile or I can do it without it?
    Thanks man
     
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    Nah, you can obtain the .icm (I think this was the file extension) and then add the profile via windows (type color management in your search box) and you can click add, select the ICM file and then you are set.
     
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    Dang. I'm sitting here going on about my HD screen colors and I don't even have TrueColor installed lol. Sounds like I need to get it. The only MSI software i had on here when delivered is ecm and afterburner (I let XoticPC bump up my 1070.)

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    How easy are they to swap out? I've changed a few screens before on Dells and HPs but those were just friends school laptops.

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