laptop video cqrd

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Apr 6, 2008

laptop video cqrd by podunk1269 at 9:03 PM (813 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

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    any way to increase it on a hp tx1120us?
     
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    Nope it's integrated. Even if it was dedicated, only very few can have their VGA changed and you're limited choice wise.
     
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    anything USB that would help increase it? I fucking love this laptop, but I want to game too
     
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    No.
     
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    Dont think USB Graphics Cards exists. Sell and buy new laptop? Its somthing you gave up when you bought that laptop
     
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    If you have an ExpressCard slot (I think it's called that), Asus was making a graphics card extension for that... but I think the project was scrapped. The prototype has a 7900GS in it and it worked mighty well. Unfortunately the only practical way is to buy a new one. Look out for 8600GT (don't go for a 9500GS because that's simply a rebranded 8600GT).
     

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