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mehdi.moha
09-17-2013, 07:05 AM
Hi guys
I'm wondering why g series display is too bad ? i have G75VX and my brother has G75vw ... both on them have horizontal waves on the screen , except when we put the brightness on %100 !!!

why asus is not useing better display ? cause i heard that g750 has same problem !

is there any solution to solve this problem FOREVER ? ( cause we updated driver ... and enything )

your help is appreciated

ggBanks
09-17-2013, 07:41 AM
Only solution is to send it for repair which will most likely not fix it. There is one more thing that can fix your problem, and it is by buying a more expensive but more qualitative laptop from other brand :)

Sorry I sound a bit like a hater, dont get me wrong I like my G55 the way it is now, but honestly if I could go back I would buy another laptop which would be lower in specks, but with better quality.

mehdi.moha
09-17-2013, 09:27 AM
Only solution is to send it for repair which will most likely not fix it. There is one more thing that can fix your problem, and it is by buying a more expensive but more qualitative laptop from other brand :)

Sorry I sound a bit like a hater, dont get me wrong I like my G55 the way it is now, but honestly if I could go back I would buy another laptop which would be lower in specks, but with better quality.

thank you

so , there is not any solution for this . i'm wondering again , what asus Q.C doing !! they can't see the horizontal waves on the screen ?!!

anyway, i love my g75vx , i hope asus solve this problem on next generation laptop

SHADO
09-18-2013, 01:51 AM
Only solution is to send it for repair which will most likely not fix it. There is one more thing that can fix your problem, and it is by buying a more expensive but more qualitative laptop from other brand :)

Or replace the screen itself with a better one. That's what I'm hoping to do next month.

PlaySkool
09-26-2013, 12:26 PM
If you change your refresh rate to 66Hz, the waves should disappear. There have been several threads about this on this forum.

Maywell
09-26-2013, 01:53 PM
I have the best screen so far with my G55V

Micleg
09-28-2013, 07:08 PM
What screens do you people have? I have the 120 Hz 3D screen for my G75VX and I find it amazing! Incredible colours and contrast compared to my other 24 inch screens for PCs. Very satisfied with the screen. The WiFi on the other hand... but there was a new driver released thru Windows Update recently and I downloaded it today. Maybe it will solve those WiFi issues.

SHADO
09-28-2013, 07:42 PM
If you change your refresh rate to 66Hz, the waves should disappear. There have been several threads about this on this forum.

66Hz? Where do I find that option? I only see 60Hz.

SHADO
09-28-2013, 07:49 PM
What screens do you people have? I have the 120 Hz 3D screen for my G75VX and I find it amazing! Incredible colours and contrast compared to my other 24 inch screens for PCs. Very satisfied with the screen.

Can't speak for the others, but my G75VW display is a 60Hz non-3D Chi Mei panel (if memory serves). Theirs probably are, too. The colors are relatively dull, and the screen looks quite grainy. I actually prefer the 720p glossy display of my 5 year old Toshiba laptop. Gonna purchase a replacement for mine in another couple of weeks.

GottiBoi55
09-29-2013, 11:29 PM
66Hz? Where do I find that option? I only see 60Hz.

Here's what you need to do!

1. Open the nvidia control panel
2. Display tab
3. Change resolution
4. Open customize (@ bottom)
5. Open Create Custom Resolution (@ bottom)
6. Hit Accept
7. Change Refresh Rate to 66Hz

If that doesn't work go gradually up by 1 till you see no more lines!

PS: one other thing will help greatly, uninstall the Splend Utilily.
(I would do this first)
You will differently see a much better color quality picture if you do so!

Also set Contrast to 43 in the nvidia control panel under Adjust Video Color Setting
Then go to the last tab Advanced and change Dynamic Range to Full.
Leave the other two setting unchecked.

This should help greatly!

SHADO
09-30-2013, 12:20 AM
Thanks for all the help, GottiBoi55! Much appreciated! :)

GottiBoi55
09-30-2013, 12:26 AM
Thanks for all the help, GottiBoi55! Much appreciated! :)

You are welcome my friend!
Give us a update if this works for you, okay?

SHADO
09-30-2013, 11:05 AM
You are welcome my friend!
Give us a update if this works for you, okay?

Did everything mentioned, saw a minor difference, but nothing earth shattering. As nothing can be done about the overall graininess of the display (which is my major issue with it), I will still be replacing it.

Thanks again for the help. :)

GottiBoi55
09-30-2013, 01:39 PM
Did everything mentioned, saw a minor difference, but nothing earth shattering. As nothing can be done about the overall graininess of the display (which is my major issue with it), I will still be replacing it.

Thanks again for the help. :)

Yes, that has to do with the non-glare coating on the panel.
But I really don't notice it on my G75VW (or the lines), I must be one of the lucky ones.
I guess some people got a 'bad batch" that has this panel issues!
Some will see better results, and some will just need to 'RMA" there laptops.

Your welcome again!

Clintlgm
09-30-2013, 06:12 PM
Yes I'm one of the lucky ones too. I don't have any problems with my screen, Matte 1080

SHADO
11-02-2013, 07:53 AM
Finally got around to getting a new GLOSSY display for my G75. I like it much better than the matte display. Less grainy, and the colors seem more saturated. :)

Just have to figure out what to do with the old one.

P.S. The new display has one stuck pixel, but I can live with that.

mehdi.moha
11-03-2013, 09:32 AM
i'm not a lucky man !!!

but the nvidia driver (( the latest from geforce )) , has repaired my problem ( a little ) :)

but i'm wondering , every laptop should pass the Q.C , how can it happen on most of g75 vw/vx owners ?

AgenBlaze
11-03-2013, 11:46 AM
I never had any problems with my display(other than it attracts too much dirt.)
Mine is the 1080p 120hz 3D version