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Can I upgrade my graphics card?

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I have an hp pavilion 15 laptop running the AMD 10 and Radeon HD 8610G and was wondering if I could upgrade my graphics card to a higher quality or is it integrated?

 

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Hi,

 

Normally over 90% of consumers laptops won't have this kind of upgrade. I don't know model/product of your hp pavilion 15 laptop but I can answer No you can't because this is impossible or very hard and cost more $$ in comparision with the price of a new machine.

 

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Hi , 

 

Could you please check the list of graphics card supported with unit from the pdf given below :

 

http://www.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04439615.pdf

 

Have a look at graphics card at Chapter 1 product description >> Graphics category

 

 

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Hi,

 

Sorry I have to jump in again and AGAIN I don't know this machine therefore I still say on my experiences.

 

From the book which @Sidharth-A post, on Chapter 1 you can see many graphics options BUT you need to read page 77 too. Changing graphics would require changing motherboard and guess what: buying a new machine is much better and no need to buy Aspirin.

 

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