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upgrading the graphics card

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Hello everyone, my first post on here! I am trying to find information regarding upgrading my PC's graphics card so that I am able to play much more video games and run them at higher fps rates. I have a HP pavilion tp01-0014 with an intel UHD graphics 630.


My question for you all is would I be able to upgrade this PC with a new graphics card, and what type of graphics card do i need?

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Your HP TP01-0014 , as shown here.

Game play IMHO is a combination of CPU, RAM, GPU and PSU.   What is the most intense video game you want to play.  You also need to know that the PSU (power supply) is an HP proprietary designed unit, and the max is a 500W model, the L05757-800.

Any reasonable gaming involves those components.

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