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Hello all, I have a two questions. Recently my Asus PG348Q screen got cracked. And needs a replacement, any ideas where to source a panel cheap, or somewhere to send it to get fixed for cheap.

Second question. Any chance I could take the Gsync module out of it and place it into a different monitor. I was thinking if I could get another ultrawide with a 144hz refresh rate for cheap one without gaync. That placing it into there would be awesome. Think that may be possible?

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6 minutes ago, JoshGreen89 said:

Hello all, I have a two questions. Recently my Asus PG348Q screen got cracked. And needs a replacement, any ideas where to source a panel cheap, or somewhere to send it to get fixed for cheap.

Second question. Any chance I could take the Gsync module out of it and place it into a different monitor. I was thinking if I could get another ultrawide with a 144hz refresh rate for cheap one without gaync. That placing it into there would be awesome. Think that may be possible?

iirc, the Gsync module is integrated into the PCB of your monitor. I don't think there's an easy way to remove it. 

There was a video about replacing laptop displays a while back that references a website where you can find the exact panel for a laptop or monitor... I can try to find it if needed or you can look through the video. 


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4 hours ago, JoshGreen89 said:

Hello all, I have a two questions. Recently my Asus PG348Q screen got cracked. And needs a replacement, any ideas where to source a panel cheap, or somewhere to send it to get fixed for cheap.

Second question. Any chance I could take the Gsync module out of it and place it into a different monitor. I was thinking if I could get another ultrawide with a 144hz refresh rate for cheap one without gaync. That placing it into there would be awesome. Think that may be possible?

Best you could do is buy another identical monitor with some other sort of issue with an intact screen and do the swap yourself.

Asus doesn't offer the screen as a replacement part.

 

No, you can't remove the GSync module.

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