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Can I use External Graphics Card to Increase power of my video editing?

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HP Pavilion Desktop 510-a010
Microsoft Windows 10 IOT

Hello, please help!  I need to edit some videos in Video Pad editor, but original video card on my HP is very weak (AMD Radeon R5 Graphics)  videos hang and break. What is the optimal solution to increase the Video card strength on my HP Pavilion Desktop 510-a010     ?      Can I use external video card?  Which one is compatible?   Can I install a stronger Video card?  How? Which one?   Thank you very much!

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banhien
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@BZ31 

 

The specs of your machine is

              https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05112057

 

It does NOT have internal nor external slot/port/bay for you to add an eGPU. Your plan was to do video editing, why did you buy it in the first place ?

 

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I did not have a pre-plan to edit videos on this comp. Necessity arose suddenly. Is there are any possible solution to help now? Change a video card? Something?    Thanks! 

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@BZ31 

 

As mentioned above, you have to have something to change. You can't change nothing.

 

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