Can i swap out the 3g card for a gfx card?

intel atom n460

i'm not useing the 3g card in this netbook, i was wondering if any gfx card could go in that slot... i thought it was a pci-x1 but it's much too wide...more like the mxm first gens?? 2.5gbps bandwidth...

A multicore mobile chipset from ati would fit my needs...

what kinda problems might i run into...I was thinking getting something with a powerful low profile fan, would also help cool everything off...the cpu fan on this samsung n150 is kinda awkward...heat pipeing would be best?? i have lost of scrap aluminum to fashion something up...
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  1. your time would be better spent researching a vi-dock
  2. there is a "VI-dock" that runs over usb, correct?
    therefore it would be slower then the current gfx capabilites, no matter what card is placed in the vidock?


    http://netbookitalia.it/images/stories/samsung_n150_disassemblaggio/samsung_n150_disassemblato_wireless.jpg

    In the hav1us there are two of these slots. mpci-e multi says the schematics. The link is for reference.

    http://www.overclock.net/laptops-netbooks/983766-discrete-pci-e-graphics-card-adapter.html

    This one uses an expresscard or pcmia slot. Which is no longer used on notebooks or my netbook.

    MXM is what i have. And MXM is very good stuff. But as I look for cards i see that it wasn't even out for more then maybe a year. Before people gave up on it? despite performing very well. If not better then pci-e 8x. which is the max any pci-e x16 gfx card is currently capable of.

    This is the card i have in mind
    http://www.compuvest.com/Search.jsp?Search=101403-001&advsite=froogle&sku=331005791-01&dp=19:CVS:6883:1:0
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