Adding graphic card to my laptop

hassaanmalik18

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I have dell inspiron N4050 With intel i3 processor.... it has intel graphics hd3000 and games run slow so plz tell me if i can add a graphics card in it bcauz i heard we cannot add graphic card in laptop so help
 

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hd3000 isn't even a discrete graphics card.

Most laptops you cannot add or change a gpu, without even looking up your make / model I'm gonna go on a limb and say no you cannot.

Invest in a gaming desktop. There is no such thing as a gaming laptop only laptops that play games fairly well. (imo)
 

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There are some. Rare and expensive, but some that you can replace the gpu :p.

Agreed.. Laptops are just not gaming machines.
 

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The short answer is NO, if the laptop does not come with a designated video card it cannot be upgraded.

Upgrading a laptop video card is financially not feasible since they are about 3 to 4 time the price than the desktop counter part. It is better to buy a new and better laptop
 
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