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unbelievable21
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Can I add an eGPU to this particular All in one pc?

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I understand my graphics card is integrated and cant be physically changed. But I was wondering if I bought an eGPU, does this pc (HP Pavilion All-in-One - 24-b223w) have the ports and/or ability to be added and used in lieu of the integrated one?

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@unbelievable21 

 

The answer is yes IF it does have a port which is fast enough to run eGPU.

 

The specs of your machine is

 

       https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05492015

 

Looking at its left, right, bottom ... I can't see it has any port which supports an eGPU which is better than Integrated Intel HD Graphics.

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Hi thanks for the response.

 

It has a USB 3.0 and a USB 3.0 type C connector on the bottom of the PC. Are these ports not fast enough then to run a eGPU better than the integrated HD graphics 630?

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Did I say I was looking at its left, right, bottom ...  ?

 

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If you want to be technical, no you did not say "I" was looking at the left, right, bottom. And #2, there is only ports on the back and bottom, there is nothing on the left and right. #3, at the end of your comment, you said you couldn't see. So that's why i was letting you know the exact type of ports it has because the link you said also did not say it, or at least i could not find it. I was providing further info to make sure i could get an accurate answer from an "Expert".

 

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