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Xidax Laptop Upgrade Compatability!

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#1 FrostyYouTube


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Posted 23 June 2017 - 09:42 AM

Hey everyone on this forum! I am new here and I have a question for those who have dealt with laptops before.

I have a Xidax-XM6, and I bought it around 2-3 years ago. Now that it's getting a little older and games are getting more demanding I have a question about upgrading my GPU. Now the two GPU's I have now is some crappy Intel onboard GPU but I also have a dedicated GeForce GTX 765m, and I am looking at buying a 1050m to make things run a little smoother. Is this possible to switch out my dedicated? I know you cannot switch out an onboard unless you switch out the motherboard or CPU but I would think a dedicated could be swapped out. Any thoughts? I am mainly looking at switching it out because I am starting to upload frequently on YouTube, and honestly the 765m just isn't doing it for me anymore

Edited by FrostyYouTube, 23 June 2017 - 09:43 AM.

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 10:09 AM




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