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CloDel Studios
09-10-2013, 09:19 PM
Hi, I have read a lot about people changing the screens, some having problems and some not.

I see depending on the model (prolly 3d and non 3d) some have the 40 pin and some have the 50 pin screen cable.

This site has a 3d screen that is 40 pin, does that mean I could swap it on my vx? It is the G75VX-BHI7N11 model.
https://www.laptopscreen.com/English/model/ASUS/G75VX-3D/

Thanks for the help, and I know it voids the warranty, but I am swapping to 32gb ram anyways, and the one I'm getting is refurbished anyways so there is not a good warranty to begin with.

Thanks again,
Tom
CloDel Studios

Prostar Computer
09-10-2013, 09:29 PM
Hey Tom,

Good question. I can't quite recall if the LVDS cable on your model is 40 pin or 50 pin, though I believe it's a 40 pin connection. Another good place to ask is: http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus/. Asus posts there as well. :)

CloDel Studios
09-10-2013, 09:40 PM
Hey Tom,

Good question. I can't quite recall if the LVDS cable on your model is 40 pin or 50 pin, though I believe it's a 40 pin connection. Another good place to ask is: http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus/. Asus posts there as well. :)

thanks for the reply, I think that's where I found the link to those screens, newegg has the laptop for 900 right now, but its a referb. I had the vw last, the best buy model, and was very happy with it. But since I don't have it anymore, I plan to get this vx instead of the g750 series as they are so much more money, and overclocking the 670mx seems like better bang for the buck. I just wish it had the better screen lol.

I didn't have a prob with matt screen on my last one tbh, and using hdmi on my 3d tv was not a problem, it looked and worked great(was an lg tv)

Im in the game design business and plan to start using 3d for one my games, and hate always have to use a different screen. I found screens that are both 40 pin and 50 pin, but I also read about ppl's boards frying with the swap, even when the asus tech's did it. The one guy on here got a g750 cause they killed his board, and I don't wana kill mine lol. I am not afraid to open her up and work on it though.

Thanks again for the reply, and sry this one was so long lol