Questions about Aorus X7 v6-PC3D (Non 1440 screen)

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by jjp, Nov 27, 2016.

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  1. rickbell

    rickbell Notebook Guru

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    Sure, I can do that.
     
  2. jjp

    jjp Notebook Enthusiast

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    Do you have skype or steam, some what to message you back and forth more quickly? I promise to only ask you questions about laptop performance lol
     
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    jgalewsk Notebook Enthusiast

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    Quick question concerning the x7 v6 with the 1080p IPS display... what is the response time of that panel?

    We already know it has a 75Hz refresh rate, but I haven't seen a single review of the laptop with the 1080p display. It's quite frustrating when manufacturers don't advertise the full specs of the machines they sell.
     
  4. Jared_T

    Jared_T Notebook Evangelist

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    It would not really be the manufacturer's fault as it would be your standard IPS screen with standard IPS level response times and refresh rates. Unless its really like a first for that company like the 120hz 5ms screen. And to answer your question it would be in the 25 to 35ms range


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  5. enthused

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    Interested in getting Aorus X7 v6-PC3D (FHD) but I'm concerned about the quality of the monitor.

    Can someone tell me the model of the LCD? You can find this under Device Manager -- Generic PnP Monitor -- Details - Hardware ID for instance MONITOR\LG173HW02
     
  6. Jared_T

    Jared_T Notebook Evangelist

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    Using it right now! Its pretty good. I cant give any exact measurements as i do not own the tools for it but nice rich colors all round. Black levels are quite good too. And G Sync tops it off. I run it OCed at 100hz

    When i google the monitor ID i cant actually find any info on it. Either no one uses this panel or im just doing it wrong...

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    Thanks Jared
     
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    case hart Notebook Consultant

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    I am seeing this model on sale at newegg. Any follow up review on it? How are you liking it now?
     
  9. Jared_T

    Jared_T Notebook Evangelist

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    Going strong as of this time. Had a small issue where my display driver would not install but thats an isolated issue with my OS. Also my left Alt key is loose but that was a factory defect and im not gonna bother replacing it since i have an external keyboard. Other than that, its excellent. Lasts me for around 3 and a half hours browsing the web in class. Got a - 165mv undervolt applied. Thermals looking great as well. Mid 60s to low 70s on both CPU and GPU with TG Kryonaut.

    If its at a good price, you should really snag it. Update your drivers and you should be good for a few years at least with this machine. Keep in mind that this SKU has a 256GB m.2 rather than the 512GB in the 3K SKU

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    case hart Notebook Consultant

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    Awesome to hear!
    Is it easy to repaste the cpu and gpu on these? I can get it for between 1700 us and 1900 us. With the 1080p monitor only. I have a 512gb ssd already waiting for this if I do get it. I have been looking for a good desktop replacement that didn't weigh 10 lbs this looks like it might be the one. I heard you can oc the 1080p to 100z you have it right? Are you able to do that?
     
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