can I upgrade the processor and graphic card of my hp dv6436nr?
I have an AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Techonly TL-56 1.8 GHZ.
You can but processors are very expensive for laptops. Http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2010340759+50001028&Configurator=&Subcategory=759&description=&Ntk=&SpeTabStoreType=&Order=BESTMATCH&srchInDesc= If you compare here, you probally have about the fastest AMD moble processors out there without buying another lappy…
Can I possibly Upgrade my HP Compaq Presario V3645AU Note Book’s Graphic card?
I’m wondering if I can upgrade it, I dont think I have a dual core.
Well, if I can, could someone please tell me a website for a cheap GeForce 8600+ card.
Notebook or laptop graphics cards are not upgradable. Sorry. I hope this helped.
Is there a way to upgrade my laptops graphic card? Its a HP Pavillion DV7.?
Please I have a ATI 4560 graphic cards and 8 gig I can’t play CoD:BlackOps, is there a way to replace my graphics cards?
It is extremely unlikely you can replace anything on a laptop when it comes to graphics cards or CPUs. Even if it might be possible (which it usually isn’t, due to among other things limitations in the power available and the fact that the GPU is usually integrated on the motherboard), it isn’t worth the time, hassle, or money to do so. A laptop can get its RAM upgraded, its hard disk upgraded (maybe) – and that’s it, really. Better start saving up for a desktop if you want to have the flexibility of choosing your own hardware.
Not really since the graphics cards are integrated into the mother board
Hp pavilion a1524n upgrade?? case power supply graphic card?
Hi i wanted to get a new graphics card for for my hp pavilion a1524n but when i went to the store the guy said i couldn’t because i didn’t have a good power supply and good air flow in my PC case because the card can be overheated. So what Im thinking is that i should get a new PC case for my computer and and a new power supply(over 400w so graphics card will have power and with the pci-e connector). but im not sure what will work for my PC like what is compatible, and thats where i need help im not really good with computers and stuff like mother boards so I really need help! So i need a case and power supply.
my current power supply is 300w
PS: im doing this because i want high performance computer for gaming and i dont wanna make one because i wanna save up momey.
The biggest thing with transferring your system is making sure that the mother board risers will fit your mother board layout. Most cases have mutiple riser configurations so I will hazzard a guess that you can mount it in a new case.
Dont get cheap when it comes to a case and PSU. This is a very popular mid tower gamers case.
you need at least a 400W PSU, but I would recommend getting a 550W that supports SLI and Crossfire and comes with at least two 6pin PCIe power connectors and if possible a couple of 8 pin PCIe connectors as well. The bigger and newer cards, especially the nVidia cards, are coming with dual power connectors for a single card.
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