P870TM1-G screen compatibility

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  1. luisxd

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    Does anyone know what's the screen compatibility on this system?, I remember that was a diagram/image but I can't find it anymore. The motherboard has a 40pin connector if that helps.
     
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    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/nh58raq-np6855-screen-upgrade-experience.833976/

    Different model but, started with the SM and went in a different direction as it only listed FHD options either 60/144hz and needed an addition cable that switched the panel end from 30 to 40 pin but remained 30 pin socket to the mobo.

    17" model should have a ton of options on panelook.com

    Easiest way to go about things is hwinfo to find the specific currently installed model and then paste that into panelook to find the dimensions to start comparing different models whether you're interested in a higher refresh rate, QHD, lower power, brighter output, etc.
     
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    I just did it and the panel installed is B173ZAN01.0.
     
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    You need to look at the details on panelook.com

    Just looking at your ID it's an AUO 17.3" TN V1/0

    https://www.panelook.com/modeldetail.php?id=30300

    If you scroll down you'll see options within the same series... to get other options you can search

    Outline(mm) 398.1 × 252.5 × 4.3 (H×V×D) --- we know this fits because those are the physical dimensions of what is currently installed.

    By the sizing I would say any of the below should work as long as the pins match up and the features you're looking for are there. Watch the voltages and make sure there's not a significant variance in them between the Original & New

    B173QTN01.0
    382.08×214.92 398.1×252.5 [​IMG] 1
    100
    B173ZAN01.1
    382.12×214.94 398.1×252.5 [​IMG] 7
    100
    B173QTN01.4
    382.08×214.92 398.1×252.5 [​IMG] 2 0
    B173QTN01.5
    382.08×214.92 398.1×252.5 [​IMG] 2
    1300
    B173ZAN01.0
    382.12×214.94 398.1×252 [​IMG] 10
    9933
    N173HHE-G32
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.56 [​IMG] 12
    7177
    N173HCE-G32
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.56 [​IMG] 4
    1302
    N173HCE-G3A
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.56 [​IMG] 1
    1000
    LP173WF4-SPF5
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.51 [​IMG] 7
    3338
    LP173WF4-SPF6
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.51 [​IMG] 4
    300
    LP173WF4-SPF7
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.51 [​IMG] 2 0
    LTN173HL01-401
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 1 0
    B173HAN01.0
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 9
    17274
    NT173WDM-N21
    382.08×214.92 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 17
    8550
    B173RTN02.2
    382.08×214.92 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 9
    3600
    B173HAN01.1
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 4
    26
    N173FGA-E34
    382.08×214.92 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 8
    7500
    NT173WDM-N11
    382.08×214.92 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 13
    9201
    B173RTN02.0
    382.08×214.92 398.1×250.5 0 0
    B173HAN01.4
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 2
    838
    B173RTN02.1
    382.08×214.92 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 7
    6022
    B173HAN01.3
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 6
    14095
    B173HAN03.0
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 2
    105
    B173HAN01.2
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 1
    50
    B173HAN01.6
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 1
    15300
    B173HAN03.1
    381.888×214.812 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 2
    60
    NV173FHM-N45
    381.89×214.81 398.1×250.5 [​IMG] 2
    999
    NV173FHM-N42
    381.89×214.81 398.1×250.5 2 0
     
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    Different version numbers can be quite different in spec. You will want the exact panel to ensure G-Sync is retained.
     
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    Even if the new panel which is a different model also supports G-Sync?
     
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    https://www.panelook.com/modelcompare.php?ids=28924,44066,43687,35465,35472

    The link shows you models that have G-Sync listed as a feature. The G32 is going to have the better color options on it and 8-bit vs the others that are 6 bit or 6+ FRC.

    If you're open to other options sift through the list and figure out what's more important.
     
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    That list onyl shows FHD panels for some reason...
    According to the service manual the B173QTN01.0 has G-Sync, therefore the B173QTN01.4/1.2 also has it... am I right?

     
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