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Can I upgrade graphics card?


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DarkSchalie

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I got a laptop, HP Pavillion dv6853cl, and wondered if I can upgrade it's graphics card, currently Intel GMA X3100.
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Hello DarkSchalie:

Sorry to say no you can't it's an inbuilt chipset on motherboard, this is however my personal opinion, you may verify it via HP Consumer Support Forum

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Sorry to say no you can't it's an inbuilt chipset on motherboard, this is however my personal opinion

Well, it's not my personal opinion. :) It's a fact as verified by the notebook specs page. You have integrated graphics and no graphics expansion slots - which is typical of the vast majority of notebooks.
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