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I Want to upgrade my graphics card

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HP 251-a11 Desktop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have a HP 251-a11 Desktop with AMD Radeon R4 I like to play Games,I realize this PC is old But I bought it with the intent of heavily modifying it into a gaming PC But never got around to it,Now my question is, Would it be possible to Modify my graphics card without buying a another motherboard/Processor? I really would currently Like to modify it a little at a time due to my budget. I have a Camphor2 Motherboard with a Amd A6-6310 Processor if that helps, Thanks in advance!

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Hi:

 

Unfortunately, your PC does not have any PCie x16 or a PCIe x 1 expansion slots to install a graphics card.

 

See the motherboard specs at the link below...

 

HP 251-a11 Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

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Hi:

 

Unfortunately, your PC does not have any PCie x16 or a PCIe x 1 expansion slots to install a graphics card.

 

See the motherboard specs at the link below...

 

HP 251-a11 Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

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