First of all, the HP and Lenovo versions are of different schematics. Therefore a different number of capacitors should be expected. But if it can be overclocked better, than I may consider it is worth trying. I've just looked at the Lenovo version and found out that it has an additional chip ANX9805 that is DisplayPort 1.1a transmitter (DVO/LVTTL(18‐bit input) to DisplayPort™1.1a or HDMI™1.3 Transmitter with HDCP 1.3 content protection). You've just helped me to understand why my Dell M6400 has 2 Display ports. I looked at its FX3700M again and found 2 of those Analogix chips that are the display port transmitters. https://www.analogix.com/en/products/ip/displayport-11a-transmitter According to the official information, ANX9805's display port can output 30bit colors. And FX3700M would support eDP LCD panels up to WQXGA (2560*1600). http://web.archive.org/web/20081219044344/http://www.analogix.com/product_9805.html ANX9805 datasheet (hard to find): https://datasheet.datasheetarchive.com/originals/library/Datasheets-A1/DSAUTAZ0018495.pdf Now I got your point about supporting 10bit LCD panels. Native HP FX3700M don't have a DP, but the one of Lenovo does. And an eDP LCD screen could be attached in that case. That's an interesting point worth considering.