NP9377-S 120hz Screen Replacement

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    If you have specific requirements, try emailing resellers and asking to see if they can get what you want.
     
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    djricekcn Notebook Enthusiast

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    let me ask it differently; between those three...the only difference is cosmetics and/or having more possible space/slots? and do all models have a backlit keyboard? all the pictures look the same to me between the three, at least, what I am using as reference so I can't tell the difference at all besides the model#
     
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    The differences are minor and cosmetic. All have a the same basic things like backlit keyboard and HDD slots.
     
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    TW1NTRB0 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I ended up ordering the 980m sli with the 120hz panel from Prostar. Just got tired of waiting on one of the big brands like Asus, MSi, or Gigabyte to offer something with a higher refresh rate. I think I'll be happy with this purchase until Alienware announces their lineup. If they drop something impressive then I may sell and make the switch at that time. Never owned a Clevo barebones so I'm hoping the quality is there.
     
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    bluefox94 Notebook Consultant

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    I just received my 120hz screen today. I will install it. Anyone out there who wants to upgrade their clevo p37x screens, I fully recommend laptopscreen.com
    They have great prices, they ship exactly what they put on the website, no aftermarket compatible bullsh*t, and they have 3 year warranty.

    Edit: the compatible screen is LP173WF2(TP)(B1) plus you need the cable, which I ordered from eurocom.
     
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    I've had parts from them too, enjoy the screen.
     
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    Have u ever used a 120Hz or 144Hz monitor? The difference with a 60Hz one is so brutal that you can tell by just moving the mouse in the desktop, 120Hz it's a million times smoother.

    About the glossy screen, you can order one from LaptopScreens cheap and change it yourself.
     
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    bluefox94 Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks meaker!
     
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    TW1NTRB0 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I cancelled my order for the 980m sli. Let me know how it goes with the 120hz screen. If everything works good I'll just buy a 970m sli setup like I originally wanted and add the screen like your doing.
     
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    If you get in a bind installing that screen be sure to ping the forums for help.
     
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