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AIO 3: can a graphics card GPU be added?

2021-09-14, 17:58 PM

Hi there,

i have all in one desktop lenovo Ideacenter AIO 3 ( 10th Gen core i3 ).

I want to add GPU or graphic to the system so that i could do the video stuff more easily.

Please tell me that is it possible to do ?


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Re:AIO 3: can a graphics card GPU be added?

2021-09-15, 13:19 PM

Hello @Piyush52 ,


Welcome to the Community Forums.


Most AIO's have soldered systemboards which do not allow upgrading of the CPU or adding a GPU. Please provide more information about your device. The machine type-model number (MTM) (ex 90Q800AKMH) from the underside or under the battery is best if your machine is a laptop. However if you are using a desktop machine it should be on the sticker, but please do not post your serial number which is normally in the same location. We will be able to find more information about your machine once this is posted.

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Re:AIO 3: can a graphics card GPU be added?

2021-09-15, 14:04 PM

Also which processor and how much memory you have.  Run a 'sys info'.  Are you wanting to improving gaming performance? 

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