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hi,my name is chris and i want to ask if i can change the graphics card on my hp pavilion 17- e100sv?the reason is that i'm trying to play pro evolution soccer 14 and had some problems,thnx at all

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XRISTOFOROS wrote:

hi,my name is chris and i want to ask if i can change the graphics card on my hp pavilion 17- e100sv?the reason is that i'm trying to play pro evolution soccer 14 and had some problems,thnx at all


No most laptop are as is with the graphics only those that have modular GPU will be upgradable. And from the limited info I can discern yours is built onto the board thus there is no upgrading the graphics. You will need to buy a gaming laptop to play that game your indicating. Standard everyday of the mill laptop will not be up to task to play graphics intensive games only gaming laptop will be able to handle such games.

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