NP9377-S 120hz Screen Replacement

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    I decided to go for a fast external monitor (asus swift rog) and upgrading my p570wm to 980m sli. I'm looking forward to seeing what frames I get :)
     
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    Will do, thanks!
     
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    I am expecting great things from 980m sli. Yet, I cannot find a single benchmark or gameplay of it. I know it's a niche market but is there really no one doing it lol
     
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    i have, i actually currently on a 120hz. i switched it to 60hz cause it was way too fluid for me, which I did not like. It's like trying to watch a movie on 60fps which doesn't not sit well with me.

    different stroke for different folks, i guess. more fps = doesn'tmean it's good / i like personally
     
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    That's most likely because you are used to 60hz, try it for a few days and it will likely become more natural.
     
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    I did, I think probably for like a good month because like you people asked me to give it a try cause it was awesomesauce. This is also including watching movies and TV's on 60fps. It irritated me and wasn't able to enjoy the movies or games at that fluidness.

    The screen I was used is from SAMSUNG so it wasn't a horrible screen either.
     
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    GACollegeStudent Notebook Geek

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    Hello Everyone,

    I am extremely serious about buying this laptop. I actually like the old fashion keyboard slightly better than the new Titan. I like the traditional look and feel better. I think the kicker though of why I would by this laptop over the Titan though is the 120HZ screen if it is still possible to replace the screen with the 120HZ version.

    I just had a few questions:
    Is it still possible?
    Is the replaced screen amazing?
    IPS?
    Is it hard?
    Is it worth buying this over the Titan because of this feature alone?
    Is there a guide to where I can find a step by step on how to do it?

    Thank you for helping me because this is a lot of money and I do not want to make the wrong decision.
     
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    In a sager machine I believe it is.
    It's a good screen, it's mostly that high frame rate for those who really like it.
    IPS is too slow to do high refresh rates properly so it's TN.
    It is a little, mostly because you the need the right cable, fitting it is ok if you have patient.
    That's up to you to decide, it's certainly a lot more portable.
    I don't have a guide to hand.
     
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    Do you know any place where I can order machine where they can put 120HZ screen in manually?
     
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