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  1. Meaker@Sager

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    Oh interesting, that must have just been for the p370 series then. So if you have an lvds connector the 90% gamut display clocked up to 85-100hz is your best bet.
     
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    thanks ma
    thanks
     
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    @Meaker, i have being wondering for awhile now your signature have powernotebooks picture, you doing ads for em or something lol

    @johnksss have you tried to add msata port to the mobo?
     
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    Look at my title under my name ;)
     
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    oh lol didnt know that, i thought its paladin guy thats the sales person cant remember his username now
     
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    He is the owner ;)
     
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    just opened laptop up ( only took 2 screws to get to the screen connectors) and sadly the connectors are missing for 3d screen and scanner. on the positive side they can easily be soldered on for you to upgrade your screen without needing a new motherboard hopefully.

    was also wondering how to connect a 50 pin 3d 120hz screen on this when the 40 pin connector is much bigger than the 3d connector. am I missing something out?
     

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    can you try this to see which port your connected to?

    you just need to take 2 screws off, pull led led cover at front, and youl be able to see. takes about 2min.
     

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    it's ok iv figured it out the 3d screen is 30 pins from the motherboard and changes to 50 pin through the connector that it uses. so I just need to solder on a 30 pin connector to the board and will be able to connect screen.

    number 16 is the 3d screen ribbon/connector that is used to connect the screen
     

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    IIRC there are some associated passive parts too.
     
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