What I want to ask is does this computer can get new graphic card ? And how can I assemble it ? Also what kind of graphic card should I get to not get the GPU bottleneck ? P/S:Sorry for my bad English and the computer details is here https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c04874664


You can't really.

Per the specs page:

Discrete AMD R7 A365 GPU: Permanently soldered to the motherboard and is not in card form factor

There's also no Thunderbolt, so an eGPU using that is out of the question.

The only option left would be to do use one of the PCI-e equipped M.2 slots on the motherboard and some sort of M.2 to PCI-e riser.

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However, I would strongly discourage this, as it'll be extremely difficult to actually modify your PC to work as such.

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  • Thanks i Will wait more before i accept the answer – AlphaBetA Feb 4 '18 at 23:51
  • I Just get a little feel it waste because it is Intel core i7 CPU but it can't get to play a game that Intel core i3 can play smoothly with some cheap CPU like astroneer – AlphaBetA Feb 4 '18 at 23:54
  • @AlphaBetA You could always sell it and buy something else, or just remove the CPU and put it in a normal desktop motherboard. Neither are perfect solutions. – JMY1000 Feb 5 '18 at 5:37
  • Thank you I will accept your answer – AlphaBetA Feb 5 '18 at 15:46
  • Also i don't want to sell it but how to remove the CPU and put it in another motherboard while it still get in the computer case ? Because the 💻 screen is very big and it will be very cool to play game in the 💻 screen big like that – AlphaBetA Feb 5 '18 at 15:49

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