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04-02-2020 02:01 PM
I am in the market for a workstation computer, and am trying to save some money upfront while making it as future-proof as possible. I have read some old posts about this being possible in older generation ZBooks, but if I were to buy one with, for example, a Quadro T1000, would it be possible to upgrade to a Quadro RTX GPU in the future?
04-02-2020 02:34 PM
. . would it be possible to upgrade to a Quadro RTX GPU in the future?
No, you have to buy new system board which contains
(b) CPU with integrated video,
(c) Dedicated Video card ,
(d) Operating system (if Windows 10, you can't reuse old license).
All above 4 components are on one piece of hardware called System board. If you wish to go ahead, please use a list on page 59 of the above manual.
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