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What kind of video card should I get to upgrade my laptop??

Q: What kind of video card should I get to upgrade my laptop??

Hello,
I've been thinking of upgrading the video card in my laptop. I'm not sure what kind of card I need. I don't know if a laptop uses an agp slot or pci. If anyone would like to help please write back!

Thanks a bunch,
brewer_dc

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A:Can I Upgrade my Laptop's Video Card? Samsung Laptop RV411

Laptop video is a chip on the motherboard. The only way to upgrade would be to replace the motherboard.

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A:Laptop Video Card Upgrade Help

Its a notebook. Not a gaming desktop computer.

There is no video card you can buy and stick in it.

Want to play games either spend $950~2000 for a gaming notebook... or $500~650 for a desktop.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-video-card-upgrade-help.839301/
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A:laptop video card upgrade

Not really, you can get updated drivers or connect the laptop to a docking station and use the graphic card in it.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-video-card-upgrade.64431/
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A:Laptop video card upgrade help.

not much you can do here. You have to almost completly disassemble your laptop to change the card, and last i recall, laptop cards dont really come much faster then the 8600 (not to mention they they are difficult to find from a retailer)
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-video-card-upgrade-help.719220/
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I wish i had waited a couple months for the 7500... my radeon is fine, except it only has 8mb of DDR ram, which is a bit meager for the next batch of games. I wasn't able to run Grand Theft Auto 3 because there was a lockout. I know i can run it though, because i can run games like Serious Sam 2 smoothly at 1024x768.

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A:Is it possible to upgrade a video card on a laptop?

I've already posted this on the portable forum, but i've gotten no replies so i figured i'd try here.

I just bought my laptop about 6 months ago.

It is a Compaq Evo N160, with a P3-M cpu at 1ghz, 256 sd ram, 20 gigs, DVD, and an ATI mobility Radeon (original version, not the 7500).

I wish i had waited a couple months for the 7500... my radeon is fine, except it only has 8mb of DDR ram, which is a bit meager for the next batch of games. I wasn't able to run Grand Theft Auto 3 because there was a lockout. I know i can run it though, because i can run games like Serious Sam 2 smoothly at 1024x768.

So i guess my question is, is it possible to upgrade the video card of a laptop? I'm guessing no, because all the parts on the motherboard are so custom and specific to each other.


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A:Laptop video card upgrade?

I am sorry to say that as far as I know it is integrated Video Card and you cannot upgrade it.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-video-card-upgrade.583557/
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A:Can you upgrade an integrated laptop video card?

Most laptops are not good at playing the more intensive games. Desktops are more suited for game playing. Your Dell laptop has on-board or integrated video. This CANNOT be upgraded. You are already running 2GB of system memory. I don't know if you can increase this any more. You could allocate more memory to be used by the video processor. You didn't mention how big the hard drive is or how much free space is left on it. This matters. The power supply is irrelevent. In laptop power supplies, you get what you get
 

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A:Laptop video card upgrade possibilities

Laptops for the most part are difficult if not impossible to upgrade video. 9 chances are how you get it is how it will be until you get another one. If it's integrated video and no dedicated card very unlikely you can do.
 

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A:Video card upgrade for a Toshiba U505 Laptop

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A:wut kind of video card do i have???

Go to start/settings/control panel/system/device manager/display adapter, click on it to expand, what is listed for video adapter
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/wut-kind-of-video-card-do-i-have.68213/
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A:What kind of Video Card should I get?

jream said:

Right now I have an onboard nVidea GeForce 6150 128mb.

Id like to spend about $150 at the max

this is for 3d modeling in 3d studio max and lightwave, Im not worried as much about render time as Id like to run the modeling process smoother. It is quite smooth, but you can always do better.

The GeForce 7600GT looks nice, anyone have any thoughts?

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A:What kind of video card?

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/what-kind-of-video-card.260237/
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A:what kind of video card do u suggest?

Here is an excellent article showing you all the different AGP cards, and how well they perform against each other.

http://graphics.tomshardware.com/graphic/20050705/index.html
 

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A:Wondering if I should upgrade video card for video editing software

yes the graphics card seems to be the weak link in your setup, you could try searching for msi afterburner to try to overclock your graphics card but failing that i would upgrade your graphics card
 

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A:PC upgrade or Video Card upgrade??

Your cpu is fine, a p4 3.4ghz is good enough for today's games but can you tell us what games you're trying to play?
For a quick upgrade that'll last you ok for a while and give you much better playablity in today's games, I'd just go for a graphics card upgrade, but, if you want the system to last you a while and you can wait a bit then I'd suggest waiting a few months. If you want a future proof games machine (meaning you'll get a year or two of gaming out of it) intel are bringing out a new series of processors, and the next generation of graphics cards are just around the corner too, directx10 cards.
If you're only a casual gamer you could still save some money if you wait, but then again the technology moves so fast you might as well get something that'll be considered decent for a while. I'm actually leaning towards you just getting a new agp graphics card, maybe like thisradeon x850pro. That'd make games look a lot prettier.

Edit: Hang on, forgot all the important stuff :blush: Can you tell us your full system specs, e.g. how much RAM, your mobo, your psu wattage etc.?
 

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A:Video Card Upgrade

I've split you off from the other poster, best to have your own thread.
 

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Mainboard Unspecified K Upgrade-VM Chipset VIA K M VT Processor AMD Athlon MHz Physical Memory MB x DDR-SDRAM Video Card Nvidia Corp GeForce Hard Disk HDS PLAT GB DVD-Rom Drive TSSTcorp CD DVDW TS-H to? Best to Video Card upgrade U Monitor Best Video Card to upgrade to? Type MITAC-A E - inches Network Card VT C MV IDE Controller VT Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack DirectX Version c March Monitoring Chip Winbond W HF Voltage CPU V Aux V V Voltage V V Voltage V V Voltage V Processor Fan rpm Processor Temperature C Mainboard Temperature C Monitoring Chip GPU nVidia Driver Thermal Diode GPU Temperature C GPU Diode C GPU Fan Hard Disk Temperature HDS PLAT C Hi there Grateful if you could let me know the best Video Card to upgrade to with the above Specs I like to play RPG LIKE AOE Rome Total War but find the expansion packs to these games are slow and juddering I have a budget of around - MANY THANKS nbsp

A:Best Video Card to upgrade to?

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I want to upgrade my Dell 4700.win7 500gig HHD and 1.5 gig ram P4 2.8
nothing fancy just a better card of course as cheap as poossibel LOL
any suggestions??

Don

A:Upgrade video card

Welcome to Seven Forums No matter which of the many cards that will be suggested, I think you should budget in addition Ram with it. Together you'll see much more improvement in your systems overall preformance.
Also providing some idea of your budget will help when all the suggestions start pouring in. Fabe

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A:Video Card Upgrade/ Please Help

I know this is a wee bit past your limit, but I just did a Pricewatch on an ATI 9600XT (which from what I understand is a pretty sweet card) and it came in at $154 shipped. Might be worth checking out. I'm kind of partial to ATI so maybe we can get some input from nVidia gurus here as well.

BTW, welcome with your first post to TechSpot! :grinthumb
 

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I also would like to know if there would be anything else I would need to buy after upgrading my comp's video card, especially if I'll need to get a bigger PSU or something else. If you need more information, just tell me what you need and I'll try to post it here.
 

A:Video Card Upgrade and PSU help

I would wait till you have the system before buying the card. Two things you need to check:
1.will it fit in your case?
2.power supply-you will most likely need a more powerful one with the proper connections needed for the card and is compatable with your mobo and will fit

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A:Looking to upgrade my video card

The XFX 8600GT is available for as little as $50 on Newegg with a rebate, so you might consider that. You'd need a PSU with at least 18A on the +12V rails combined, so if you don't have one, look into it. I've seen the Antec Earthwatts EA430 for around $40 or so on Newegg with free shipping and is an excellent choice.
 

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I'm sure this has been asked before, but I will ask it again and if anyone knows of a thread similar, post a link.

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A:should I upgrade my video card yet?

AGP is still good, and it may last for quite some time(unlike my PCI card ) Do you have an AGP 4x/8x slot? If not, look for a large, white slot(larger than the modem slot, a PCI slot.) If you do not find one, look for an orange slot. This is an AGP slot. Look inside your computer to find the slots.


P.S: Are you upgrading so you can play games? If so, tell me and I will give you recommendations for those games...
 

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A:X51 R2 video card upgrade

You might get better responses from the alienware forum.
en.community.dell.com/.../

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3515/t/19985411
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A:video card upgrade or not

We need more information on your computer. What model is it? Does it have a AGP slot. A new card will help out some.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/video-card-upgrade-or-not.666177/
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any suggestions to upgrade to a better card/working card!!

Thanks for any Help given

Don

A:Video Card upgrade

Place to start that will help us is your budget for a new card,and listing your power supply. Are you running 32 or 64 bit Seven I ask because of the 1.5 gigs of Ram. Thanks. Fabe

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ABS Awesome 3300
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A:Upgrade Video Card

It should go without saying that you should back up anything critical anyway, but you shouldn't have to reinstall the OS when switching from one nVidia to another. Personally I would uninstall the drivers then switch cards and install newer drivers. Do yourself a favor though and download the latest drivers from nVidia (Chaintech doesn't always send the most current versions with their cards). If you have problems there is a program (can't think of the name right now) that will completely get rid of all of your old drivers so that you can have a fresh install.

Since you say tomorrow I'm assuming it's too late to try and talk you into a 6600GT.
 

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would i benafit from the upgrade ?
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i plan to use my 60GB PS3 on my HDTV.
my 22inch monitor had a fault so i sent it in for repairs.
also what are the specs on the 9600 GT.
thanks for your help.
 

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A:Want to upgrade CPU and Video Card

can't help ya . . 933Mhz makes me think its a PIII , could be intergrated graphics... or the famous Geforce MX400 .

since your changing out the mobo , everything goes out the window.
basically want a new computer.
 

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A:I need to upgrade my video card.

We need to know if you have an AGP slot on your motherboard. I actually can't tell from your post if your 7500 is the PCI version or the AGP version, as it is saying both. It actually looks like you may be in luck, and have an AGP card though.... fingers crossed.....To do that, we need to know your motherboard's make/model. The simplest way I suppose, would be to download and run this program:

http://www.techspot.com/downloads/27-cpu-z.html

And tell us what it says in the "mainboard" tab. Specifically your manufacturer and model number, but also under "graphic interface".
 

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A:How can I upgrade my Video Card?

Hi Vania
, a few things, first can you look at the sticker on the side of your power supply to see how many amps/watts you have to work with? it will look something like the attached image. secondly, your cpu frequency is probably changing due to cpu throttling , its a power saving feature that idle at a lower speed to save energy, and throttles up under heavier use. you can change that in the power plan settings if you wish, and what monitor are you using? and at what resolution are you wanting to game at? welcome to Techspot
 

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A:Video card upgrade

how much are you willing to spend?
 

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A:Upgrade Video Card

Here are some cards that should work with that system (Just to make sure: You do have a PCIe slot, right?)

http://www.pricewatch.com/video_cards/geforce_7600_256mb.htm
 

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A:Upgrade video card

You should upgrade your processor and power supply before upgrading your video card.
 

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A:Video Card Upgrade

The first problem I see is that you have Spyware; DateManager.

If you want to remove the bar at the top you should be able to right click on it and select Close Toolbar.

A move from a FX5200 to a FX5600 is a marginal upgrade.
 

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Inputs please?
 

A:Video card upgrade

6950's are quite good without the bios upgrade. And the bios upgrade to 6970 only works on reference designs of the card. If the PCB's are custom and you try upgrading you can damage you card's also voiding your warranty.

On the Nvidia side I would definitely go with 560 Ti's. They perform better than GTX470's and draw less power.

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I can play Half-Life2, Doom3, Painkiller, and FarCry adequately--usually on medium to medium low settings. The highest CPU that the mobo can take is a AMD 3000. Assuming that I upgrade the CPU, what would be the best video card to get? I gather the highest end cards would be limited by the 3000 processor? If I got a mid-range card like a 6600 would I see a big difference with the games I typically play? Thanks for any and all suggestions!!
 

A:Help with video card upgrade

Go for the Gusto

I cannot in good faith recommend that you purchase any video card that has less than 256MB of memory. The ATI X800 Pro and Nvidia 6800GT are both very competent and will give you the best performance overall regardless of the limitations of your system. I'll explain, your dated hardware may be replaced soon, but your video card will be able to go into pretty much any system you throw it into (providing your M/B is not PCI-X). Even if your new MB/Proc supports only PCI-X, you can always drop your nearly new X800(or 6800GT) on ebay and make a couple hundred bucks toward the PCI-X version. Either way, you have great performance without sacrificing the quality of your video. G/L and I hope this helped a bit for you to make a decision.

Cheers,

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A:Looking to upgrade my video card. Not sure what to get.

Ok assuming $100 is your total budget, if you're willing to go for rebates, I recommend this card and this PSU. If you can't\won't, then get this card and this PSU instead. It'll go over $100 by around $20, but you'll get good-quality products that will last for longer.

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A:Best Video Card for Upgrade???

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A:Video Card upgrade help

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A:I need a video card upgrade BAD

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A:Upgrade video card

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A:Video card upgrade

This is a very frequent question and one that does not earn a lot of goodwill, but the truth is there is no way to upgrade your video. Laptops have custom designed motherboards and a lot of the cards that you can insert into a desktop are installed in a laptop by having chips soldered flat onto the motherboard. I mean have you ever seen a desktop video card? How could you possibly put such a thing in a laptop? Some very, very special made gaming and engineering laptops have a slot to put a blg flat video card into but no HP consumer laptop has such a slot. Laptops that have that capability are over $2000 and even then the cards are not freely interchangeable like a desktop. So, the simple answer to your question is that you can't do it. Sorry. 

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A:Video Card upgrade?

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A:Should I upgrade my video card?

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A:Video card upgrade

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A:Video card upgrade

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A:I need help- I'm looking to upgrade video card

Personally, I would NOT recommend blowing the full $300 on a card with your system at this time. The DX10 boom is going to be a major leap for games. HUGE. The hardware is already starting to trickle out, now we are waiting for the games.

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A:video card upgrade

The ti 4600 Ultra/750XP is top of the line if you want to spend the money

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A:New rig or upgrade video card and ram?

CPU is fine, RAM is also fine, GPU is also fine.

Do you have the latest GPU drivers? Download from NVIDIA website.

I don't see how you can't get 30fps on High detail at 1920x1080 resolution.
 

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