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Upgrading my graphics card


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kurayami53

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I'm new to laptop hardware and I was wondering if there was a Nvida Geforce 6600 graphics card equivelant (or better) to replace my sis migrate 3 pice of crap graphics card

Edited by kurayami53, 21 June 2009 - 07:36 AM.

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Neil Jones

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Laptop graphics are not upgradable.
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Actually some are and I know mines is I looked online, while it's not advisable to do so because you pretty much have to take the laptop apart you can update graphics cards if they are not integrated.
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Make and model of laptop?
I've been doing this for 15 years and never have seen a laptop that can have graphics card upgraded.
Laptop graphics are integrated on to the mobo and no expansion slots available.
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