M6800 Owners' Thread

Discussion in 'Dell Latitude, Vostro, and Precision' started by billxt95, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. igor_ischuk

    igor_ischuk Newbie

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    Hi,


    I have three M6800 with EDP, LVDS and LVDS Touch Screen (TS) :
    The all three panel are identical according to Dell's specification:
    EDP, LVDS - 44cm 17.3" UltraSharp FHD(1920x1080) Wide View Anti-Glare LED-backlit Premium Panel Guarantee
    LVDS TS - 44cm 17.3" UltraSharp FHD(1920x1080) Wide View Anti-Glare LED-backlit Multi-Touch with Premium Panel Guarantee


    I am not a color professional and I don't need the panel with 100% Adobe RGB so the all three panel looks quite good for me, but:
    EDP looks slightly better then LVDS.
    LVDS looks slightly better then LVDS TS.
    I suppose, EDP TS will be better then LVDS TS.


    My main disadvantage of the LVDS TS is that I can see the light source behind me at some viewing angles. The TS is matte, but it has a little reflection at some viewing angles.
    The all three panel are really good quality for usual job.


    Please, see more details in the panel’s specs:
    1. EDP MM77H LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY, 17.3FHD, WLED, EDP1.2, AG, AU OPTRONICS CORP http://www.panelook.com/B173HTN01.1_AUO_17.3_LCM_overview_24679.html
    2. LVDS PJK33 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY, 17.3FHD, WLED, LVDS, AG, Z, LEGEND http://www.panelook.com/LP173WF1-TLB3_LGDisplay_17.3_LCM_overview_17534.html
    3. LVDS Touch Screen FPRRK ASSEMBLY, LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY, FHD, TS+NORM, GRAY, D17, LG Philips LP173WF1, Year: 2010 It is difficult to understand which panel from those ten: http://www.panelook.com/modelsearch.php?keyword=LP173WF1


    #Post_190227_1748#NotebookReview#190217_M6800_Review#Grs_AppM68Rev_190217_1610
     
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  2. igor_ischuk

    igor_ischuk Newbie

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    Hi there,

    I see two items in the two different M6800 Dell's specs:
    The first is:
    329-BBVS Smartcard Reader Base for Windows 8
    Part Number Description
    4270E SCREW, M2X3, K SCREW HEAD, MICROSOFT, BLACK OXIDE
    6350E SCREW, M3X5, K SCREW HEAD, MICROSOFT, BLACK OXIDE
    63PDH SCREW, M2.5X5, PHILLIPS HEAD, THREAD FORMED, BCS
    7DDM8 FAN, CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT, 5V, M6800
    881FG SCREW, M2.5X8, FLAT PAN HEAD, MACHINE SCREW, SPIN CUT
    GKCRN SCREW, M3X3, PHH#1, MACHINE SCREW, NICKEL PLATED, PHTM
    H66N5 SCREW, M2.5X4, K SCREW HEAD, BLACK OXIDE
    TJJ0R FAN, VIDEO GRAPHICS ADAPTER, 5V, M6800
    X9HT7 ASSEMBLY, HEATSINK, CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT, 67W, M6800
    F5HF3 ASSEMBLY, BASE (ASSEMBLY OR GROUP), NOTEBOOK, GRAY, USH, THIRD PARTY MAINTENANCE​

    The second is:
    329-BCBT Smartcard Reader Base (Non FIPS)
    Part Number Description
    4270E SCREW, M2X3, K SCREW HEAD, MICROSOFT, BLACK OXIDE
    6350E SCREW, M3X5, K SCREW HEAD, MICROSOFT, BLACK OXIDE
    63PDH SCREW, M2.5X5, PHILLIPS HEAD, THREAD FORMED, BCS
    7DDM8 FAN, CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT, 5V, M6800
    881FG SCREW, M2.5X8, FLAT PAN HEAD, MACHINE SCREW, SPIN CUT
    CF0TC ASSEMBLY, BASE (ASSEMBLY OR GROUP), NOTEBOOK, GRAY, USH, EDP, D17
    GKCRN SCREW, M3X3, PHH#1, MACHINE SCREW, NICKEL PLATED, PHTM
    H66N5 SCREW, M2.5X4, K SCREW HEAD, BLACK OXIDE
    TJJ0R FAN, VIDEO GRAPHICS ADAPTER, 5V, M6800
    X9HT7 ASSEMBLY, HEATSINK, CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT, 67W, M6800​

    What is it:
    329-BBVS Smartcard Reader Base for Windows 8
    329-BCBT Smartcard Reader Base (Non FIPS) ​
    ?

    Is it just palmrest with fingerprint readers and without fingerprint?
    Has the second M6800 (329-BCBT Non FIPS) any Smartcard Reader?

    Please, advice. Thank you very much.
     
  3. DynamiteZerg

    DynamiteZerg Notebook Evangelist

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    It will be easier to buy a complete touchscreen assembly for the M6800 and just do an entire LCD assembly swap. I did that and still have my complete LVDS screen assembly sitting around as spare. Saves the hassle of swapping parts individually.

    Here is an ebay auction selling what I bought.

    I also bought a touchscreen with the WiGig antenna by mistake. Anyone needs it? :p

    In terms of visual quality EDP > LVDS > LVDS Touch Screen.
     
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    igor_ischuk Newbie

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    Have you ever seen an EPD Touch Screen?
    Can your compare visual quality of the EPD Touch Screen and LVDS Touch Screen?
    Thanks.
     
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  5. Kyle

    Kyle JVC SZ2000 Dual-Driver Headphones

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    Can the power adapter for the 7710/7730 be used for M6800?
     
  6. User32

    User32 Notebook Deity

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    I don't see why not, i'm using a M6700/PA-9E adapter with a M4300.
     
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  7. Aaron44126

    Aaron44126 Notebook Prophet

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    Yes, they are cross compatible going many generations back. As long as it is 210W or 240W Dell, you should be fine.
     
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    DynamiteZerg Notebook Evangelist

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    Not that I'm aware of a EDP Touch Screen. The only part numbers I can find are for LVDS Touch Screens. The only difference between the two is one has antenna for WiGig and the other doesn't.

    So I'm unable to tell you is there is any visual quality differences.
     
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  9. Spunky424

    Spunky424 Notebook Consultant

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    hey all. just got my hands on one of these laptops for free (along with an M6700 as well) with the following specs:

    1. i7-4910MQ
    2. 16gb (4x4gb) Ram
    3. 512gb SSD
    4. Nvidia Quadro K4100M 4GB.

    this things reminds me of an older Alienware M17x and M18x that i use to own. can anyone tell me if the K4100m can be gamed on? also how can i tell what screen.LCD that i have on this thing? thanks in advance.
     
  10. Aaron44126

    Aaron44126 Notebook Prophet

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    Moninfo can tell you about the screen. https://www.entechtaiwan.com/util/moninfo.shtm
    K4100M is "OK" for gaming. It should be able to play just about everything but newer, more demanding games will have to be low settings 1080p or medium settings 720p. You can upgrade to GeForce 980M (a bit over twice as fast) without much hassle.
     
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