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HP Pavillion All in One Video Card Upgrade

I have a HP Pavillion All in One MS227 Desktop PC running Windows 7 (64 bit).  My graphics card is ATI Radeon HD 3200 and I was wondering if it is possible to upgrade the card to something like Radeon HD 4800?

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Re: HP Pavillion All in One Video Card Upgrade

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Here are the specs for your HP Pavilion All-In-One MS227 Desktop Computer and its Quanta HP Capirona Motherboard. According to the computer specs, no graphics card expansion socket is listed. According to the motherboard specs, a MXM 3.0 socket is included on select models. I would assume it doesn't have a socket and even if it does, sourcing a HP specific MXM graphics card may be difficult.


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