M6800 Owners' Thread

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

  1. Zero 1

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    i think ivy bridge did not get much of a speed boost from faster ram
     
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    I know on my desk top with an i7 4770k at 5.2 ghz I noticed a difference efrb at 4.4 but I tend to run memory intensive tasks
     
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    Hello everybody,
    Currently, according to hwinfo, the screen I have in my M6800 is TN model of this page http://www.panelook.com/LP173WF1-TLB3_LG Display_17.3_LCM_overview_17534.html
    I would like to change it to an IPS with better contrast. Do you have models to advise me that you would have already tested and better (color accuracy, angle viewing, contrast) ? (sorry english is not my native language)
     
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    Sorry there is no better that would work on your M6800, there is no better LVDS screen and on M6800 you don't have a soldered eDP port to use an eDP screen :(
     
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    Does someone in EU is willing to sell a working M6800 motherboard ?
     
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    Too bad :'(. Thanks for the answers
    And with lower resolution? I prefer a lower resolution with more contrast :).
     
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    Im using a COVET and mine has issues because i bought as a "shell" with just case, motherboard, and screen, had issues with speakers, touchpad, but that hopefully will be solved with new palmrest on order. Besides that its lvds so stuck on gpu options, Get a normal m6800 edp so you can have more options. Touch screen itself works beautifully, although it does introduce some fuzz, and will need calibrating because color is weird.
     
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