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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre990429 View Post
    Excellent indeed !
    When are you doing a G750 screen disassembly thread ?
    Hehe, sorry, already done and don't plan on opening it again. I used youtube videos for the G75VW model (I think, it's been almost half a year), and I don't recall the G750 being any different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myk SilentShadow View Post
    I have no clue what ISO noise is, but damn that looks awesome!! great read +1
    Thank you. ISO is a measure of sensitivity of the sensor in the digital camera. With film cameras, the film itself was rated at e.g. 100 ISO, 200, 400 etc. A digital camera can change its ISO sensitivity. The higher the number, the more sensitive to light the film/sensor is, and hence captures more light in darker settings (all else being equal). However, this is done at a reduction to quality, and is commonly referred to "noise at high ISO".

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_n...noise_examples is a good read, and has examples. For reference, the 5 pictures I took in the end were in a pitch black room, with the only light being the keyboard backlight. I used 6400 ISO, so the resulting image is grainy (also shaky, as I didn't have a tripod handy, and you need long-ish exposures too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myk SilentShadow View Post
    I have no clue what ISO noise is, but damn that looks awesome!! great read +1
    Thank you. ISO is a measure of sensitivity of the sensor in the digital camera. With film cameras, the film itself was rated at e.g. 100 ISO, 200, 400 etc. A digital camera can change its ISO sensitivity. The higher the number, the more sensitive to light the film/sensor is, and hence captures more light in darker settings (all else being equal). However, this is done at a reduction to quality, and is commonly referred to "noise at high ISO".

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_n...noise_examples is a good read, and has examples. For reference, the 5 pictures I took in the end were in a pitch black room, with the only light being the keyboard backlight. I used 6400 ISO, so the resulting image is grainy (also shaky, as I didn't have a tripod handy, and you need long-ish exposures too).

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    Greak Work. Not for only keyboard coloring beside i learned how to disamble machine. İ see u spent time to prepearing this. Thanks.
    Keep up the work. Better then this work is the only video share which is not much necessery but worth it if.
    As u know our machines not user friendly with these disamble. Especially e.g. cleaning fans which is a necessary for a notebook.
    Still we have great machines. İ have JH model. Only wifi module i disappoint otherwise all things good placement.

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    Greak Work. Not for only keyboard coloring beside i learned how to disamble machine. İ see u spent time to prepearing this. Thanks.
    Keep up the work. Better then this work is the only video share which is not much necessery but worth it if.
    As u know our machines not user friendly with these disamble. Especially e.g. cleaning fans which is a necessary for a notebook.
    Still we have great machines. İ have JH model. Only wifi module i disappoint otherwise all things good placement.

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    DAMN! such a nice post!

    Im gonna do it myself too!!! im only gonna try and use different colors. (F1-F10=blue, No. Keypad=Violet, QWERTY=green and so on)
    Would that even look nice?

    Is there any realy tricky part that i need to watch about?

    Nicely done! Thank you for this!

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    y is this not sticky

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    Laptop (Model)G752VS -=-=- G750JX
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    Wait, just an off-topic question... where does the air come from into the laptop that is sucked out the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darnassus View Post
    Wait, just an off-topic question... where does the air come from into the laptop that is sucked out the back?
    Through the keyboard and/or from under the screen panel (not 100% sure which). It's great because I can use it on non-rigid surfaces like bedsheets without worrying I'm covering the air intake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thestroj View Post
    DAMN! such a nice post!

    Im gonna do it myself too!!! im only gonna try and use different colors. (F1-F10=blue, No. Keypad=Violet, QWERTY=green and so on)
    Would that even look nice?

    Is there any realy tricky part that i need to watch about?

    Nicely done! Thank you for this!
    At the end of Part 6 I linked a youtube video which helped me immensely. It's for an older model, but you can use it to see what different colors would look like.

    I think I've covered the important bits in the guide, but if I had to stress anything crucial, it's to take care when unplugging the ribbon cables and also when unglueing the sticky pads holding the LED layer. Just go slow and steady, you can't really mess it up then.

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