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HELP WITH GRAPHICS CARD UPGRADING


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siegex

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Hi everyone

I have a birthday wish from my son who after giving him a Xbox 360 and a PS3, this birthday he wants his mothers PC graphics card updated (kids!!!!!)

His mother (my ex) has a Dell Vostro 320 "all in one desk top"

A: Is it possible to upgrade this item to play high end games at a sufficient high end standard. Or is it a waste of time and money.
B: If it is possible what are the parts needed
C: If all the above is possible does anyone recommend an australian gold coast QLD business that can do this at a cheap price

Thanks in advance for any advice


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I know that some all-in-one PCs can be upgraded with low-profile video cards, but I'm not sure about that particular model. Regardless, they will never be gaming systems due to the limitations on upgrades and the low-power PSUs typically included in those systems.
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