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How do you change the GPU on Lenovo C205?

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#1 TelepathicCow


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Posted 31 May 2016 - 09:54 AM

My Lenovo C205 is an "all in one PC" which means it doesn't have a case. I'm thinking about getting a new GPU but I'm not sure how to open this thing up when it doesn't have a case. Please help.

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#2 DeimosChaos


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Posted 31 May 2016 - 10:19 AM

Welcome to BC TelepathicCow!  :welcome:


Unfortunately with all in one PCs you can't do a whole lot of upgrading and replacing parts. They are, more or less, a laptop without the attached keyboard. The GPU would be either one that is soldered to the motherboard, or one that is coupled with CPU. Either way there is not much you can do about it to upgrade it.


Even if there was a PCI-e slot for something like a GPU, there isn't enough room for any kind of stand a lone card in an all in one case.

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