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Nvidia GeForce GO in laptops


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funtmachine

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Hi,

I am a noob when it comes to laptop graphics cards.

I have an Acer Travelmate 4234WLMi laptop with a Nvidia GeForce GO 7300 currently installed.

Does this laptop take cards like 7600, 7800, 7950 GeForce GOs?

I know the Dell laptops do, but what upgrade options do I have in the graphics department?

for the synics - I dont want to buy a beastly laptop, and yes I have a PC for gaming...:whistling:

Thanks in Advance,

Dave
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Neil Jones

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Everything in a laptop save for hard drive, CD unit, memory, keyboard and on occasion the LCD panel, is generally not upgradable. Basically if you want a certain type of graphics, you have to have it when you buy the unit - you can't add it later.
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there are exceptions to the above statement ( by Neil ) but most likely you are stuck with the graphics you have in it.... To find out for sure you could try talking to dell....
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Yeh, i think you're right..

Oh well, worth asking about.

Thanks guys
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