P35W v2 News

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  1. WhiteBoySHady

    WhiteBoySHady Notebook Consultant

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    Compared to my old p35k the angles are definetaly not the same but I can assure you the colours make up for it and plus I never said the angles were bad they are still great but not as the p35k. And when I got my p35k on the box specs it said IPS display but this one it only said full dj wide angle so now you see that the sites are wrong and the box is right

    But still the screen is amazing
     
  2. dennis96411

    dennis96411 Notebook Consultant

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    Perhaps you can give us the monitor's model number.
    Device Manager >> Monitors >> Generic PnP Monitor >> Details >> Hardware Ids
     
  3. shempmalone

    shempmalone Notebook Consultant

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    Re the monitor, it is either not IPS, or is the weirdest IPS I have ever seen. The viewing angles are strange, in that it is clearly visible from a wide range of angles and there is not a lot of chrominance shift, but even a tiny movement (like a few degrees off center axis, vertically or horizontally) causes noticeable luminance shift, and it is not uniform across the screen. Still totally useable, and probably something I'll get used to. The colors are pretty good, but not astounding. I am a bit biased because I'm coming from an Alienware M17x r2 with the RGBLED screen, one of the best screens ever put in a loptop.

    The model number of the panel is LGD040E.
     
  4. ZugZug

    ZugZug Notebook Evangelist

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    Mine is P35G V2. The display is LG 156WF4. I've seen a few places where LP156WF4-SLB1 were marked as STN, the rest (SLB2, SLB3, SLB5, SLB6, SLBA, SLC1, etc.) are IPS. So, most likely it is IPS indeed.

    One of the best screens in a laptop was 13.1" FHD in Sony VPC-Z11 - almost full Adobe RGB coverage. Everything else afterwards looks drab and washed out.
     
  5. s0ysauce45

    s0ysauce45 Notebook Evangelist

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    How is the battery life on this puppy?
     
  6. peler39

    peler39 Notebook Enthusiast

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    What are rhe things i can do to lower the temps in this laptop other than repaste, use cooler? Any other way?

    Sent from my SHV-E210S using Tapatalk
     
  7. dennis96411

    dennis96411 Notebook Consultant

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    Undervolting and underclocking.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-T989
     
  8. peler39

    peler39 Notebook Enthusiast

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    It will affect the performance right?

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  9. dennis96411

    dennis96411 Notebook Consultant

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    Underclocking, yes; undervolting, no.

    EDIT: Hm... it's been a week since I ordered my laptop with GenTech PC, but my order status is still "Authorized". The anticipation is killing me.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-T989
     
  10. Harpya

    Harpya Notebook Enthusiast

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    88 or even 90 Celsius? That cannot be healthy in the medium/long run. Especially not if you actually want to game with this machine for more than a few minutes in a row. It just killed the laptop for me. Too bad. :-( Damn!
     
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