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Is it possible to replace gfx card on dell latitude d830 laptop?

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February 10, 2011 3:42:16 AM

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February 10, 2011 9:24:56 AM

No it isn't possible.Only few laptops allow specific GPU upgrades.
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February 10, 2011 10:13:00 AM

You can't upgrade or change anything in laptops, all components in a laptop are soldered on to the motherboard, laptops use different hardware than desktops; usually marketed as the 'Mobility' version and are usually much weaker than the desktop version.

That is with the exception of RAM which can usually be upgraded, again with the 'Mobility' or laptop version of the RAM which is smaller and have less pins, 200 for DDR2 and 204 for 3.

Hard drives and optical drives can also sometimes be upgraded usually through a service center.

This is the reason people buy desktops, laptops not only can't be upgraded, but their hardware is very horrible compared to the desktop version, for example, the desktop HD 5450 is faster than the laptop HD 5470.

Although, Intel just released the worlds fastest mobile processor, a record, for the first time a mobile processor gets close to a desktop processor in terms of performance.
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January 10, 2013 10:50:33 AM

This is possibly the most stupid thing I have read here. The laptop that I am writing this on has had the following upgraded:

- Hard Drive
- DVD -> Blu-ray
- CPU upgrade
- WLAN upgrade
- WWLAN addition
- Addition of TV capability

None of which required a 'service center' or any alterations to the basic setup of the machine.

Your statements are simply moronic and show how little you know.
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January 10, 2013 2:32:06 PM

You laptop has the quadro 135m graphics, which I'm not too familiar with, but if you were to take it apart, you might find that the card uses the MXM interface, which is sort of like pcie for laptops. Probably mxm 2. If so, there are upgrades available.
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