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Replacing B310 SERIES Graphic Card

2011-11-19, 12:18 PM

I have got a B310 all in one computer. The graphic card now using is ATI Radeon HD 5450. Is it possible for me to replace this card to another better one?By the way,  I cannot find the replacement procedure for this card in the offical manual.

 

The graphic card also required the power output. I am also worrying the power output of the power supply, but I cannot find the rated power of this model. Hope someone can answer me, thank you. The

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Re: Replacing B310 SERIES Graphic Card

2011-11-19, 14:17 PM

Hi leelingkit and welcome to the Community,

 

The graphics card in your machine is actually a chip that is incorporated on the motherboard.

 

It's not upgradeable.

 

Manufacturers use a lot of notebook components to keep the profile slim. 

 

Dave


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Re: Replacing B310 SERIES Graphic Card

2011-11-19, 18:11 PM

Thank a lot, it turns out that I cannot use this one to play game...

 

Is it better to add a 2GB ram for it to have a higher flame rate? Only 2GB ram installed now.

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Re: Replacing B310 SERIES Graphic Card

2011-11-19, 23:35 PM

http://consumerdl.lenovo.cdn20.com/UserFiles/UserGuide/en/User's%20guides%20and%20manuals/B310&B315/Lenovo%20IdeaCentre%20B3%20Hardware%20Maintenance%20Manual.pdf

 

 

Putting 4 Gb in there would make things run smoother.  If you don't already have it, here's your hardware maintenance manual.

 

It looks like there's one DIMM slot, so you'd need one 4 gb stick from what I can tell from the manual.

 

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Re: Replacing B310 SERIES Graphic Card

2011-11-20, 12:00 PM

Hi... please note:

on page 27, fig (1) show two memory module connectors,

on page 34 manual says...

"Both memory modules can be removed by using the same procedure."

 

Zehn

 

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Re: Replacing B310 SERIES Graphic Card

2011-11-20, 12:29 PM

Yep, you're right, it does look like two.

 

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