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I own a acer aspire L100

Can i put a better 3D card or a gameing card and are they the same can i up grade them to the L100 and whitch cards do i need for playing games thanks

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You have a PCI slot in the computer. If it's available, you can get a 256MB or 512MB PCI video card. Anything you get would be an improvement to the internal card you have. Just familiarize yourself with your monitor's inputs - DVI (the white connector) or VGA (the blue connector).

Here are some options:
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