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  1. 54918ss

    54918ss Notebook Enthusiast

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    where can them all from?
     
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    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    Why not just buy the right motherboard and screen and be done with it? Then you can save the old motherboard and 60Hz screen as backup parts in case you ever need them.
     
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    54918ss Notebook Enthusiast

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    this is the right motherboard it just hasn't got the connectors soldered on which cost a couple of pounds/dollars which is alot better than buying one with it on for around 3 or 400 pounds, not worth and affordable for me

    seems like the only difference between the normal version motherboard and the versions with 3 at the end are just two 3d connectors
     
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    I think meaker mentioned that something else may or may not be needed.....
     
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    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    And, if it doesn't turn out as well as you hoped, you're buying a new motherboard anyway and throwing the ruined one away instead of having a good backup board. You're going to need to buy a new screen and eDP cable as well. As far as I know, you do not need the 3D emitter crap unless you want to pay games and watch movies in 3D. If all you want is 120Hz, I think you can skip some of the extra fluff. Maybe @Meaker can confirm if that is accurate or not.

    My 60Hz AUO panel seems to work well at 95Hz.

    95Hz.JPG
     
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    54918ss Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah for 3d you need the emitter and extra parts and for the just the 120hz screen it's the eDP connector that needs soldering on. I need a 2x15 pin edp connector and hopefully that's it. obviously I need the screen and edp ribbon. the 50-pin is just on lcd side the 30pin is on the motherboard side according to the service manual. it shows all the extra parts you need for the 3d version.

    I just don't know where to get the parts from
     

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    ole!!! Notebook Prophet

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    overclocked?
     
  8. D2 Ultima

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    You can overclock monitors with nVidia GPUs that don't have Optimus on any laptop; it's a function of nVidia for custom resolutions.

    Monitors, mind you. TVs (especially via HDMI) may not allow you to; my sharp TV that functions as my second screen allows no custom resolutions to be set.
     
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    1nstance Notebook Evangelist

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    Overclocking monitors is great. My display in my P370SM has been at 110HZ for like 1.5 year now.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    It varies a fair bit from panel to panel even of the same model but you can usually get a nice bump.
     
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