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I'm a graphic artist using my fiance's computer HP All In One 20-d034. My question is I'm a member of Adobe CC and run the latest versions of Photoshop & Illustrator mainly. I'm unable to use the 3D functions of these programs due to OpenGL issues. Can I upgrade the graphics card? The drivers installed are the best that I can get for the factory installed card.

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Here are the specs on the basic configuration.  It does have an MXM 3.0 version: Type A  slot (These cards are typically found in laptops). One PCI Express x16 MXM slot that supports a PCI Express x16 graphics card (Gen 2.0).

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