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This sounds like an overheating of the CPU due to a poor transfer of heat between the CPU and its cooler. I have the same issue with my Dell laptop I'd buy some thermal paste, I will link a paste that I personally use for my high-end gaming system, and you would replace the thermal paste from the cooler and cpu. You would want to make sure all of the old ...


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There technically is. It uses the Thunderbolt standard which runs off the USB-C cable. They are typically called eGPU's and can ship with a GPU in it, but are often just the enclosure. Below are some examples. The user Salocor, who replied to the post first, also makes a good point with a NVME M.2 to PCI-E converter being an option. Due to those not intended ...


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As far as I know, there is no such think as a USB 3.0 to PCIe, which is how you would connect a GPU. However, if you are the thinking type, you could always try an m.2 to PCIe converter. I haven't tried this before, so you'll have to do research to make sure your computer is compatible with this. You may also have to replace your SSD.


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If you kept the display cable hanging in the motherboard, you still have the onboard graphics, and the maximum resolution of the onboard graphics. and that gt 210 won't be used. Try plugging the display cable in the gt 210. If that is already plugged into the graphics card, try plugging it in again. One of the graphics card connectors are VGA, which also ...


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This is probably not going to work. The mini pcie card can supply a peak power of 3.3V at 1A. From what I can find an mxm gpu always needs more power than this and unlike a normal gpu it has no external connections.


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If you have a 6pin GPU power connector coming out of your power supply, you can do 950, but else, buy a 750ti Your power supply should be strong enough to hanlde both of these cards, but the gtx 950 has an extra power connector. So if you don't have that availible, the 950 won't be compatible :((all possible gpu's for that pc don't have 6pin power, so it ...


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Acording to manufacturer specifications. Yes


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