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Can i upgrade my video card

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Hp Pavilio 15-n220sq
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Hi, i have a 

HP Pavilion 15-n220sq Product Number: G1N02EA; Chipset: AMD A76M FCH

Can i change vido carD? with a better one?

The laptop is perfect so far, i just want to upgrade my video card, with a better one

 

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Unfortunately not, the amd gpu is integrated into the system board and is not an upgradeable component - this is the case for nearly all consumer class notebooks.

 

Regards,

 

DP-K

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Hi,

 

Unfortunately not, the amd gpu is integrated into the system board and is not an upgradeable component - this is the case for nearly all consumer class notebooks.

 

Regards,

 

DP-K

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