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Zanadra
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Can I add a graphics card to my computer?

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The computer and existing graphics card is great. However,  I need more for playing some games like World of Warcraft. So, I need to know can you add additional graphics cards to the slimlines. And which would would be the best of the affordable prices ones. 

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toysareforboys
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Your motherboard has no expansion slots: https://support.hp.com/ca-en/document/c05105345

 

So no, you can't add a graphics card to your system.

 

Avoid purchasing slimline computers in the future (they always have limited expandability) and you should be able to find something used that's very fast and has tons of expandability such as the HP Z440, it's my go-to rig for inexpensive gaming builds (as it comes with a monster power supply that can handle all the latest graphics cards).

 

-Jamie M.

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toysareforboys
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Your motherboard has no expansion slots: https://support.hp.com/ca-en/document/c05105345

 

So no, you can't add a graphics card to your system.

 

Avoid purchasing slimline computers in the future (they always have limited expandability) and you should be able to find something used that's very fast and has tons of expandability such as the HP Z440, it's my go-to rig for inexpensive gaming builds (as it comes with a monster power supply that can handle all the latest graphics cards).

 

-Jamie M.

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Thank you so much for your help! I guess I will have to look into getting another setup then. 

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