+1 to rolli, but if you have your reasons to not buy a new laptop, the only solution is a diy setup since you would have to use mpcie. Psu (50), graphics card (150), adapter (90) you're looking at $290, maybe $50 less if you get a cheaper gpu. You will need an external monitor to hook up to and expect only 25% of the actual graphical performance out of the graphics card because of the bandwidth bottleneck from mpcie which is a x1 pcie. You will also lose wireless because you have to unplug your wireless card which is currently in the mpcie. And forget mobility, psus are pretty big.