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Can My PC Have NVIDIA 820M Graphics Card

HP 250 G2 F0Y78EA
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Hi all,

 

I have a HP 250 G2 (F0Y78EA) notebook. I using Windows 10 x64. Device Manager shows my graphics card as Intel HD Graphics 4000. But I see Discrete nVidia 820m Graphics Card on HP 250 G2 Overview page... Do I have this graphics card. If My PC have, please say how can I enable this graphics card.

 

Sorry for My bad English...

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Can My PC Have NVIDIA 820M Graphics Card


@Erencan wrote:

Hi all,

 

I have a HP 250 G2 (F0Y78EA) notebook. I using Windows 10 x64. Device Manager shows my graphics card as Intel HD Graphics 4000. But I see Discrete nVidia 820m Graphics Card on HP 250 G2 Overview page... Do I have this graphics card. If My PC have, please say how can I enable this graphics card.

 

Sorry for My bad English...

Best Regards,


Hi,

This laptop is made in more than one specification. The model name (HP 250 G2) stays the same but the product serial number (F0Y78EA) is different. Your laptop doesn't have the card but it's possible to get a replacement board with this VGA on it as an upgrade. Unfortunately this also requires a new CPU and a heat sink as an additional cost.

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