Inspiron 7559 screen replacement

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  1. Nic727

    Nic727 Notebook Enthusiast

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    ok, but other than that, do you think this screen is worth it? Should I take a 6 bits or 8 bits screen?
     
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    don_svetlio In the Pipe, Five by Five.

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    If you want a screen for professional work - just get an external monitor instead of voiding your laptop's warranty by doing something that *might* work.
     
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    Nic727 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I found some screen review. Some screen look good in term of contrast, brightness and color accuracy (in sRGB), but response time is very bad.

    Here are the display reviewed on other laptops :

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/MSI-GS63VR-6RF-Stealth-Pro-Notebook-Review.179761.0.html

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Asus-G501VW-FY081T-Notebook-Review.163403.0.html

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/MSI-PE60-2QE-Prestige-Notebook-Review.145525.0.html

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-Precision-3520-i7-7820HQ-M620M-Workstation-Review.224112.0.html

    So they are all pretty good, the Dell Precision display look to have awesome colors and brightness, but I don't really like the fact of screen flickering and Delta E is high. I don't understand the statistic about CCT...

    The best display in these reviews is the one from MSI-PE60-2QE.

    I think the stats from this website are better than on panelook. On panelook, it shows that my current BOE display is 8 bits colors, but yesterday I checked with the monitor checker software (don't remember the name) and it showed 6 bits... I assume all the screen in the reviews above are 6 bits and not 8 bits right? Do you see a big difference between 6 bits and 8 bits for photo editing? It looks like most of the screen are 6 bits... Maybe stats are wrong on panelook too.

    Thank you
     
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    Nic727 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi,

    I finally ordered the B156HAN01.1 and will receive it later today. Do you know where can I find correct ICC profile for this screen?

    Thank you


    EDIT: I got the new screen and was looking through my travel photography and wow. Now colors are much better. I even think that I don't need calibration at all. I will see if I need through some testing on calibration website, but now the screen I got is much brighter and I can finally see green color correctly without having a brown tint in it. For now I don't know if I have calibrated monitor, but everything look good for me... I already had a ICC profile for the default screen + some tweak in Intel Control panel, but I don't really know why it is already calibrated (if it is) since ICC are only working for one type of screen!?

    Everything looking good so far, no dead pixels, no bleeding, etc. (I asked for testing before shipping). Nice job from laptopscreen. If you want, ask for exact model when order and ask for testing before.

    But if someone still have an ICC profile for this screen, thank you to share!
     
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