PCI-e video card

Ninzie February 5, 2009 at 03:02:40
Specs: Windows Vista home edition 32-bit
I have a crappy video card on my laptop (that GMX 3100 (maybe)) so I tried to find how to replace it but it isn't possible, so is it possible to get this kind of (PCI-e, I mean) graphic card to my comp? I have Zepto Znote 3215W with 2gig's of ram and 1.8GhZ dual processor

I want to know if this one has that PCI-e port and how to put that kind of video card on it + how "good" pci-e card I can get with 100euros.

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February 5, 2009 at 04:11:06
You can't replace the video card on a notebook, because your video card is onboard as part os the motherboard.

Once upon a time the floppy disk was king.

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February 5, 2009 at 05:30:28
If you're hoping to play the latest games on your laptop, it ain't gonna happen. The only thing you can do is buy a new laptop with decent graphics. And if you buy a really good one (cha-ching!), the graphics card WILL be upgradeable.


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