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So i have recently been looking in to computers and i want to build my own, but it wont be for a while as we are pretty low on funds for anything. I just came across the idea that it would be cheaper to upgrade my laptop since my laptop is really good but my graphics card is completely trash. The graphics card is an Intel Hd graphics family and has 112 MB of vram...ik..its shit.

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I currently get about 25-30 frames on csgo and that is the main reason i want to upgrade. Gaming purposes.
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Laptop CPU and GPU aren't meant to be upgraded..


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Topiary wroteLaptop CPU and GPU are meant to be upgraded..



ARE or AREN'T ?
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Im sure he meant aren't.
You can't really add a GPU to a laptop
The GPU you are seeing is the one integrated with your CPU
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oge_twitch wrote
Topiary wroteLaptop CPU and GPU are meant to be upgraded..



ARE or AREN'T ?


My apologies, I meant aren't.
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Wubs wroteIm sure he meant aren't.
You can't really add a GPU to a laptop
The GPU you are seeing is the one integrated with your CPU


If i get a gtx 1060 and an external graphics card adapter would everything be okay?
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Bump
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No it wouldn't work mate. To be honest you can't really upgrade much in a Laptop if I'm mistaken.
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oge_twitch wroteBump


I already told you, Laptop CPU and GPU are NOT meant to be upgraded. So the answer is no.
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Just to reinstate my man, you will not be able to upgrade your laptop. Sorry about this bro
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