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Muxumus
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Hello All

I am a proud owner of an ASUS FX502VM which i got on black Friday for a the paltry sum of 899.

 

Now I love the laptop, how it looks its weight its power buuuuuuut the screen sucks (as I knew it would, its a TN)

 

Now thats fine I dont have a problem replacing it for an IPS but when looking online and at replacement sites, no one has this model listed, I am assuming its too new.

 

I Would like to ask the community if anyone knows which panels are compatible with this model.  I have found a mention in one forum of  these three but I have not been able to verify this information.

LG LP156WF, AUO B156HAN01.2 (don’t think you’ll find it though), Samsaung LTN156HL01-102 (currently cheap)

Thank you in advance !

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Posted : 12/12/2016 6:45 pm
junky
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  1. Not the worse TN, btw (and by far, not the best)
  2. You don't need specifically designed panel for the FX502VM, you just need a standard 30-pin eDP panel
  3. If you want GSync to be operational, you can get the LG LP156WF6-SPB6 (make sure you can that *exact* model), for example. Otherwise, the Samsung LTN156HL you've mentioned, I think, is a good option
  4. laptopscreen.com is a good place to purchase from in the US
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Posted : 13/12/2016 5:46 am
Muxumus
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Thank you Junky!!!

 

I def would go for the gsync if I have the option!  Now the last thing I would bother the community is if anyone knows of a screen replacement for this model (have found for other asus and other models but same as for the screen, very little info online).

 

Thank you again for taking the time to help a brother out.

 

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Posted : 13/12/2016 8:38 pm
junky
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I'm not entirely sure it will work (depends on the manufacturer and all, and they are crap usually), but it is possible

What do you mean? the one I linked to is a specific panel that will work in your model. Are you asking what is your specific panel model? you can find it with HWInfo freeware! run it, and check under "monitor"!

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Posted : 13/12/2016 8:40 pm
Muxumus
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I apologize I was not very clear.

 

What i meant to say is a screen replacement tutorial (an ifixit guide basically).  Have found many tutorials and videos for other models, which Im sure this would be quite similar but would love to know if in the interwebs exists a guide to replace the screen specifically for this model since i have not been able to find one.

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Posted : 13/12/2016 9:21 pm
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