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Can i upgrade my graphics card?

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Hello guys, i would like to know if its possible to change my gtx 950m to other graphics card.

My pc specs are:

 

https://support.hp.com/za-en/document/c05521561

 

 

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@Vaster 

 

My short answer is No because its video card is soldered to the its system board. Page 53 of the following manual shows you a list of system boards you can upgrade to

 

           http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05357609.pdf

 

They are expensive because you have to pay for

 

   (a) new Motherboard,

   (b) new CPU / Processor

   (c) new dGPU if available

   (d) New Windows license (you can't reuse old license)


Because all 4  above components are on one piece of hardware called system board.

 

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BH
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@Vaster 

 

My short answer is No because its video card is soldered to the its system board. Page 53 of the following manual shows you a list of system boards you can upgrade to

 

           http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05357609.pdf

 

They are expensive because you have to pay for

 

   (a) new Motherboard,

   (b) new CPU / Processor

   (c) new dGPU if available

   (d) New Windows license (you can't reuse old license)


Because all 4  above components are on one piece of hardware called system board.

 

Regards.

BH
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Thank you for your help. I will sell my laptop and buy a new one with better specs

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