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Well....most laptops are not set up to accept a new graphics card. They are usually stuck with the one they came with. If you want to create a good gaming rig, I recommend going to Tigerdirect.com or newegg.com and piece one together. Or you can buy a fully set up one if you aren't comfortable installing all the parts yourself. Get a full on desktop computer, not a laptop. Laptops are good for "gaming on the go" but once its obsolete...its done for. With a desktop machine, you can replace parts as you get more money, buy upgrades such as new video card, more ram, etc.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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