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dan S Tilmeldt: okt 2020
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grafikkort på bærbar

Hey.
Kan man udskifte grafikkort i en bærbar til større, og hvis, hvad kræver det så af opgradering ellers ifm af soft/hardware?

det drejer sig om en lenovo legion Y520.

jeg har meget lidt forstand på pc og har læst flere steder at det ikke er muligt og flere at det er. Vil bare være sikker inden jeg smider 2000+ efter et kort

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  • Bjerggaards
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    Der er et få tal af maskiner hvor det er muligt, men det er sjældent at man kan, og kan sjældent betale sig, da resten af hardwaren normalt er matchet det kort som maskinen blev leveret med.
    Og netop din model er som flertallet med loddet grafikkort, så det kan ikke skiftes.
    Så ny maskine desværre

  • dan S Tilmeldt: okt 2020
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    Hmm, tænkte det sku nok...
    Kan der være andre løsninger end grafikkortet, maskinen fryser hvis jeg spiller online med høj grafik

  • Bjerggaards
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    Skille den, og erstatte den gamle kølepasta, som nok er "slidt" op
    Det er ikke så slemt som det lyder, men er heller ikke nogen opgave man bare lige gør. Der er mange små skruer at holde styr på, men vil tro at der findes rigtig mange guides på youtube om hvordan man gør
    Bla denne




    Edit : Kan se at siden igen har en fejl, så du må selv lige sætte linket sammen
    Bare slet mellemrum mellem "tu" og ".be"
    https://youtu .be/dfbae0nCOdk

  • dan S Tilmeldt: okt 2020
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    Tak Jonas jeg kigger på det, det burde være lige til.
    Hvor finder jeg pasta? Som sagt er det ikke noget jeg er så vant til at rode med

  • Bjerggaards
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    Elgiganten sælger noget ganske fint, ellers hvilken som helst hardware shop på nettet.
    Komplett.dk, proshop.dk, computersalg.dk osv osv osv
    Det hedder køle pasta, og der er da forskel på de forskellige om hvor gode de er,
    Jeg har selv brugt dette siden det kom frem, og er stadig yderst tilfreds med det. https://www.elgiganten.dk/product/pc-tablets/pc-komponenter/koling-og-blasere/NTH1PROTG/noctua-nt-h1-termisk-pasta

  • Caroline Tilmeldt: jan 2021
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    If you have a Thunderbolt 3 port, buy an external GPU (eGPU for short) and plug it into that whenever you need more power for <a href=" https://osproductkey.com/iobit-driver-booster-pro-crack-serial-key/">gaming</a> or the like. You will be much happier.

    If you actually want to plug a new GPU into the laptop though… remember that patience is a virtue. I've only ever played around with this stuff once, and it's a whole different level of effort than a desktop upgrade.

  • Denny B Tilmeldt: jan 2021
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    If your laptop has integrated graphics (intel hd .... or if you have an amd a-....) then the answer is an immediate no.

    If your laptop has dedicated graphics (nvidia or ati) then there may be a better graphics card that HP made for that product line. Desktop graphics cards all use the same port and size (at least in height and width) standards, laptops on the hand vary from OEM to OEM and even model to model so you have a very limited amount of upgrades available if any.

    But if you buy it then you can do the following steps:

    1. Before you buy a graphics card, make sure that your machine's power supply is up to the task.Check the manufacturer's specs for minimum power requirements before you take the plunge.
    2. Ensure that the case has enough room for the new card. Graphics boards have become longer over the years, and the space in older cases may be a little tight. In my example PC, the GTX 560 Ti just barely fits inside the older Antec Sonata Designer 500 case.
    3. Download the latest driver for the new graphics card. Don't install it yet.
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    5. Power down the system.
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    7. Ensure that no clutter--cables or wiring--surrounds the card. In addition, large CPU heat sinks can interfere with physical card removal or installation, so you may need to remove the heat sink. Be sure to detach the monitor cable from the old graphics card's outside connector, too.
    You might need to hold a latch down with one hand while removing the old graphics card with the other.
    8. Most motherboards have a little latch that locks the graphics card securely into its slot. You may find it necessary to hold this latch down (or aside) while removing the card with your other hand.
    9. If the amount of room inside the case is too constricted, you might have to preattach the PCI Express power connectors to the new card.
    10. Install the new graphics board, first making sure that no small wires are overhanging the PCI Express slot. If the card seems difficult to push down, check to see whether the connector bracket is sliding in properly.
    11. Once the card is firmly in place, replace the connector-bracket screws.
    12. Attach the monitor cable. If you've been using a VGA cable, and your monitor has a digital input (DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort), now is a good opportunity to switch to digital inputs with the right cable.
    13. Double-check to confirm that the graphics card's power connectors are in place. Additionally, verify that no small wires or cables will interfere with any of the cooling fans.
    14. Power up the PC. If you hear any rattling, it indicates that something is rubbing against the fans; power down and check to make sure that no fans have become blocked.
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