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Old 03-21-2008, 05:18 PM   #11
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Default Re: Laptop Video Card

The problem is system building companies and video companies have yet to come out with set form factors to make video cards to. With desktops you have AGP and PCI/PCI-E, but with laptops a standard hasn't been successfully introduced that would allow upgrading of cards, an attempt was made a couple years back with MXM as a standard form factor but it never became mainstream, shame really.

Asus are your best bet for an upgrade but otherwise desktops or gaming laptops are you're only option. Wither that or run Crysis on low, tis up to you.

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