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What graphics card can I use for my HP All-in-One - 22-c0073w?

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I'm fairly new to this upgrading PC thing. I wanted to know what graphics card I need for my HP All-in-One - 22-c0073w since I wanted to use an after effects plugin, but I need video ram and the plugin doesn't accept Intel graphics. 

 

 

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@Sl8zzyy 

All-in-Ones are basically oversized laptops -- and like laptops, they do not have graphics "cards" that can be replaced.  Instead, they have graphics chips that are soldered to the system boards and are not replaceable.



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Hi, @Sl8zzyy 

 

Below is the link to the product specs for your PC.

 

HP 22-c0073w All-in-One Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support

 

I agree with WAWood that they are in substance much like an oversized laptop in design, but many AIO PC's such as yours do have options for graphics cards.

 

Usually it is very difficult to source the right parts to add a graphics card and you may need a more powerful AC adapter.

 

According to the specs, your PC has a M.2 slot for 'a custom graphics card.'

 

Looking further into this, below is the link to the parts list for a similar model to yours that has the optional M.2 graphics card.

 

HP PartSurfer

 

According to the list, you need these parts...

 

L04353-001   PCA - dGPU NV MX110, 2GB, Syrah215/238

L18511-003   Heatsink Tuscany DIS GFX card, Syrah

 

It appears this model also uses a 90W power adapter, so at least you wouldn't need to upgrade that.

 

Where you can get those parts, unfortunately, I have no idea.

 

Neither part is available from HP.

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