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There is not a graphics card like in a desktop, there is a video chip & circuit. As a rule, laptop video circuits cannot be upgraded since they are a part of the motherboard which is flow solder. Flow or wave soldering technique is used in large scale electronic assembly to
solder all the connections on a printed circuit board by moving the
board over a wave of molten solder. As a result connections cannot be undone except at great expense, therefore replacing a video circuit is not feasible.
Laptops are not good at playing any kind of demanding graphics game. I'd buy a new desktop system with a high end stand alone video card to play graphic games.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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