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GPU upgrade

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HP OMEN 17-an117ur
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Are there any options to upgrade HP OMEN 17-an117ur GPU? if it is so, then what types of GPU are compatible with its configuration? Thank you.

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The GPU is an integral part of the motherboard and cannot be upgraded unless you replace the motherboard with one listed in chapter 3 of your notebook's service manual that may come with better graphics.

 

NB_MSG_Marlins_1_1_931983-002 (hp.com)

 

It would probably be cheaper to buy a new notebook that comes with better graphics than to upgrade the motherboard in your notebook.

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

The GPU is an integral part of the motherboard and cannot be upgraded unless you replace the motherboard with one listed in chapter 3 of your notebook's service manual that may come with better graphics.

 

NB_MSG_Marlins_1_1_931983-002 (hp.com)

 

It would probably be cheaper to buy a new notebook that comes with better graphics than to upgrade the motherboard in your notebook.

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