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120hz 3d screen

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hello again, so i have finally decided to upgrade my lcd panel to 120hz 3d but i have been confused because i saw some post regarding the emitters and things like that are they required for the upgrade of panel i read some forum that it's mandotry and if can someone provide the upgrade video how it's done and how the new cable is different from the older one why can't we just use the older one 
laptop specs 
alienware 17 r1
gtx 980 8gb
60 hz

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You definitely need the new cable. There are two cable connectors on the motherboard. One is for the 60Hz panel and the other for the 120Hz and you cannot use the 60hz cable for the 120hz display. The emitter should be part of the LCD panel, well it was on the M17x R4. 

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On 6/18/2020 at 12:36 AM, MattyB said:

You definitely need the new cable. There are two cable connectors on the motherboard. One is for the 60Hz panel and the other for the 120Hz and you cannot use the 60hz cable for the 120hz display. The emitter should be part of the LCD panel, well it was on the M17x R4. 

future more i would like to know if the gpu and the 120hz panel will work fine with prema bios i have flashed 980m with prema bios 

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There are two LCD connectors on the bottom left of that picture. The connector with the mounting holes either side is for the 120Hz cable.

 

I can't confirm on your other question but I can't see the prema BIOS being an issue

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