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Tmcferrin1
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I am wondering about upgrading my graphics beyond Intel 530 and best choice for gaming performance

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Ideacentre AIO 700-27ISH
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Soooo I have a computer with i3-6100 3.7ghz, 8gb ram, and Intel 530 graphics. As far as the power supply I'm not sure where that is at but on the back of the pc I see 100-240 V 2.5A. I know nothing about pcs and am wondering if anyone could tell me what I would need to do to upgrade my pc so it runs newer games well because I have no idea for sure what would work lol thanks to anyone who answers. 

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banhien
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@Tmcferrin1 

 

Sorry, Ideacentre AIO 700-27ISH  is NOT an HP machine, it is a product from a company called Lenovo.  Normally, AIO machines use normal notebooks components and you can't upgrade video card or very hard to upgrade.

 

Please check this with Lenovo.

 

Regards.

BH
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