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Upgrade graphics card?

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Hp Envy All-In-One Pc 27
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Hi! I was wondering if there was any way to upgrade my graphics card on my All-in-one Pc. Like would I have to send it in, or is it just not possible? Thanks anyways! 

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@CasoSmith,

You need to mention the exact model #, or product number.

That said, likely there is bad news for you. The graphics is embedded in the CPU chip.  There are limited models with added graphic cards, but those versions are permanently soldered to the motherboard and is not in card form factor.

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