Changing graphics card

By EZX31
Apr 3, 2016
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  1. So I have gone a bought myself a Lenovo C40-30 Touch Screen All in One PC. and it comes with an integrated Intel graphics card (I believe its the 4400) and I am wanting to change it to a better one as I would like to play more intense PC games and any other games better than 30 frames a second.

    I am aware that all in one pc's are next to useless at gaming, however, I thought with the 8GB RAM and the 1TB hard drive, I may as well see how far I can go. I have posted the specifications for the model I have below.

    Any advice is appreciated.

    • Brand // Lenovo
    • Item Weight // 6 Kg
    • Product Dimensions // 53 x 5.1 x 36.2 cm
    • Item model number // F0B400HDUK
    • Series // C40-30
    • Color // Black
    • Screen Size // 21.5 inches
    • Screen Resolution // 1920 x 1080 pixels
    • Processor // Brand Intel
    • Processor Type // Core i3
    • Processor Speed // 1.7 GHz
    • Processor Socket // BGA1168
    • Processor Count // 2
    • RAM Size // 8 GB
    • Memory Technology // DDR3L-SDRAM
    • Computer Memory Type // DDR3 SDRAM
    • Maximum Memory Supported // 8 GB
    • Hard Drive Size // 1 TB
    • Hard Drive Interface // Serial ATA
    • Graphics Card Description // integrated Graphics
    • Graphics RAM Type // DDR3 SDRAM
  2. Cycloid Torus

    Cycloid Torus TS Evangelist Posts: 1,657   +309

    If at all possible, think thin, short and low powered. Your power supply and case limit. Too long or thick or high powered and you are out of luck. I tried to find a manual or a service manual, but came up blank.

    You won't see much improvement due to these limits and to the limit due to your CPU. DX12 may give you significant improvement when new games adopt it.

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