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Coyotehunter27
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Upgrading a graphics card

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HP 27 Pavilion All-in-One PC, 10th Gen Intel i7-10700T Processor, 16 GB RAM, Dual Storage 512 GB SSD
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Hey I was wondering if I could upgrade the graphics card and if so what would be the best to upgrade to

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Stanstand
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Unfortunately All in Ones don't really have upgradable graphics to my knowledge. Your best option is to move to a desktop that allows you to upgrade. There are some worser- very hacky options that may or may not work... Like m.2 to pcie connectors...

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In essence an AIO desktop is not typically suited to have discrete graphics cards, depending on the model number.  Please post the complete model number for accurate help.

There are some advanced models that do have a slot for a MXM video card, but still not a graphics card like a desktop PC.


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