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I'm pretty new to this kinda of stuff .
Where is the graphics card on this computer and how do I take it out ?
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Any afford good video cards to replace my current graphics card and would fit ?
Here's my PC

http://h20565.www2.h...44892.492883150
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:welcome:  Marcus97.

Your computer does not have a discrete (add on) graphics card, it is integrated into the CPU, (central processing unit).

As with nearly all brand name computers like HP/Dell, the PSU (power supply unit) is nearly always a low one, in your case 300 watts.   This limits how powerful a video card you can install, without upgrading the PSU.

 

What is the reason for upgrading the video?

What would be your budget?

 

Tip.   If you have not received a reply to your last post, click the edit tab, bottom right of the reply window, add what you want, then click, Save Changes..


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I would like to get more fps when I play games. But seeing as how this has limits to what you can upgrade I think I'll just buy a gaming PC. Thank you for your help
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You are welcome Marcus97.

If you would like to build your own rig, not hard, let us know your budget and we can give you some suggestions. 


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