External graphics card?
So I have an iMac late 2012, and the graphics card is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 512 MB of 660M. Is it possible at this level, or even buy an external graphics card?
Unfortunately, you can not put this iMac.If you want a more powerful graphics card, your only option is to buy a newer model, the new iMac or Mac pro both can be configured with the far superior graphics power
I have a toshiba Satellite A350D-10Y and I get some sounds of the sound system of the laptop, but a kind of Mermaid on the mother, accompanied by lights driver dvd, map emitte acoustics is two short beeps. I'm getting these two short beeps loops within a period of 5 seconds +-.
I downloaded a video for you, to listen to the sound emitted by the MB, in the end you can hear better because you get less noise from the cpu fan:
Feature of the motherboard: ATI external graphics card
Things I've done:
-Remove the battery and try to put on without it.
-Switch of RAM on the slot a RAM
-Clean cpu fan one its exhaust
-Change is the motherboard on a new
Now, the problem was taken up to, or is the processor or the external graphics card.
I think that the problem of the graphics card, because if these was a problem of the processor, I'd get the audio system of the laptop beeps and not a buzzer next to the MB.
Can anyone here help me?
From my point of few it of not possible to say what s wrong with the laptop without running certain diagnostic tests and check the part.
The often shorter and emits a beep when turning procedure appears due to the POST (power on self-test) failure.
This essential POST routine determines the available memory real quantity and checks for the presence of required hardware components.
In case one of the hardware components would be defective, the power on self test could not be transmitted correctly and the laptop would begin to create some beeps.
If you are sure that the modules of memory so that the card mother isn't affected, then one of the pieces referred to as CPU / GPU can be the troublemaker.
Also, can I use this external graphics card, it's "Asus XG Station", with my laptop, Satellite A205-s4797?
If it s possible to plug this card into the laptop, then I see no serious reasons why you shouldn't t be able to use it.
But as much as I know as the external card can only be used with the external display (monitor) because the portable computers internal display is already taken by internal graphics card.
I recently asked a question on a grpahics card upgarde on my laptop which is a L670-12J
The answer is, but I was wonderin' is it possible to add external graphics on this laptop?
I put t know if an external graphics card will work, but the fact is that the monitor internal is already taken by internal graphics card.
I think that this external card works with external monitor only, in my opinion it not very useful.
Why do you need a new graphics card? If you need it for games that I recommend the purchase of a laptop Qosmio. They are perfect for multimedia games and especially 3D. :)
I was wondering if someone could help me with external graphics cards. I don't know anything about them. I have an Ideapad Y650. Any help is appreciated.
Sorry I do not well understand what you mean by.
I did a test on can you run for Starcraft 2 beta.
The most cost-effective way to upgrade is actually to get the vidock DIY and an ATI 5770. But the drawback here is that the game should be run by an external monitor.
Hey, just wondering if there were cases of external graphics card I could use to run more and more power on my 51 R1 X graphics card. I know that I could upgrade to a 970, but I was just curious on external fences alienwares is only compatible with the r2 and r3 because is equipped with a special connector port that is not on the r1. Other companies seem to use usb ones I think?
This is what I found. You are not sure if it will work, but it might?
Hey!I know that you can remove a dvd cart and replace it with a HD you can get a sata adapter and change a PCI express so I can install a graphics card in the caddy hd for my laptop. y at - it means to get an internal or external graphics card? I do not have a slot express pci laptop because a laptop is relatively new.
Original title: laptop computer graphics cardother cool mods I can do for my laptop. I've already upgraded to ssd and ram and processor.
I do not know such an adapter exists, but it's a hardware problem - I suggest you contact the manufacturer of your laptop with this issue, as well as questions about additional upgrades, you could do.
These are all the hardware problems, and this site deals with software issues related to the Windows operating system. I'm sorry this isn't the answer you're looking for, but...
Let me know if this helps you.
Mr President, I host and I did not know that Nvidia GT 840 M graphics card will not serve my purpose too.
So now, I want t level that GTX-960.
Can I do this?
And I havea pci express slot hisoka here?
Hi @Lakku ,
Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! A place where you can find solutions for your problems with the help of the community!
I stumbled upon your post on the laptop and wanted to help you! I looked in your question about your HP laptop and want to make changes to your systems graphics card.
Graphics cards are attached to the motherboard on laptops and are related to the processor. Change the graphics card and the processor is very expensive and not a guarantee that it will correct or help speeds. Here is a link that might help improve performance on your system.
I have a HP Pavilion dv6-1340sa - it has an integrated graphics card and therefore cannot be upgraded * sigh *, however I have heard of external graphics cards. Is it possible to use one with this laptop? And if so it will be reasonably priced or should I just buy a desktop computer?
Completely disappointed that I can't play my games
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Yes, forget the external graphics card. They are expensive and really just aim to enable multiple monitors to be used. They are not powerful enough for the games. USB 3.0 is much better, but your laptop doesn't have a USB 3.0 ports.
Hey, I recently got into graphic design and am looking for an external graphics card. I did some research and heard, that it is possible to use an external graphics card which crosses the thunderbolt port. I watched some cases and adapters to do and comes to the conclusion of them being too expensive, as I will not be able to afford something that works. So I tried to find a way around it and found this solution. I would be grateful if anyone here who has a little more experience than me to tell me if this will work.
I worked on that I could get a USB 3.0 to mPCI_e converter and then plug the USB 3.0 adapter Thunderbolt and my mac mini.
I am aware that this will probably not work and so would welcome any suggestions you have. I know it's kinda a stupid question, but I have very little experience to work it myself. Having recently bought the my mac, I do not seek for a new PC, but I need some sort of solution since I was worried about the health of my mac, since it works mainly on high temperatures.
I use the middle range 2.6 GHz Mac Mini end of 2014.
Thanks in advance.
Yo mean by "my mac because it runs mainly on high temperature?
Currently I'm not aware of any way to run an external graphics PCLe card that appears via the graphics PCLe card output. If you could graph out of the map would probably slow PCLe being much faster than the USB3 or love at first sight. There might be ways to use cards to use the graphics PCLe card for purposes of calculations, does not aim
I'm on Toshiba Satellite L40-18W-PSL4CE model 00H0000GAR...
I'm not able to play games... If games start it says unsupported graphics card...
I use 1 GB of RAM... In my view, that there is no available external graphics card...
Please help me
Satellite L40 is certainly no game machine. In my view, that it runs with minimum of RAM for Vista and you must not surprise that you can't play games.
I don't know what games you want to play, but try it with an older one like FarCry or Maxpayne1. Maybe it will work.
For newer games, this laptop has certainly no enough power.
In laptop Satellite A300 - the graphics card is integrated or external?
It is a graphics card double head for Satellite A300?
As far as I know the graphic card on laptops are integrated and placed on the motherboard.
What do you do with an external graphics card?
I bought a laptop from Toshiba Satellite P100 - 10 p which has a Geforce Go 7900GS inside.
Will be always possible to switch to the graphic card Geforce 8 series (for example Geforce Go 8800 GS)
Thanks in advance
so many people are asking this, and I love to explain so often. ;)
No, it s is not possible! You cannot update, since the VGA of the computer is limited to the motherboard, oou if the motherboard has really a port special external pci - e VGA, then everything just because the modular design of the hardware, but not that you can change the VGA card.
But don t be funereally :), there is a solution.
There are some manufacturers that are developing a case of external graphics card, where you can put a regular vga (pci-e) card for playing games on a screen.
Just type in google: slot external vga express
I have a laptop Toshiba A200-13R with built in Intel integrated graphics card.
Is there a product out of an external graphics from nVidia that I can use to update my video card, as an external video card?
If this isn't the case, please provide solutions.
The GPU (graphics card update) is not possible because the chip is mounted and fixed on the motherboard
There as a layout of motherboard design books is different as the mobo PC desktop motherboard specifications are already configured and it s not possible to change parts like GPU or CPU (in most cases)
> Is there a product out of an external graphics from nVidia that I can use to update my video card, as an external video card?
I googled everywhere and didn t find all external graphics cards from nVidia. I found other products but to be honest I don't know if you will get a performance using these improvements m external cards.
You are looking for assistance.
I recently bought a HP Pavilion 500-314. Specifications are the following:
The unit includes the integrated graphics card Radeon R7 and comes with a 300w power supply
I bought this unit in large part because it states explicitly that "supports PCI Express x 16 graphics cards". I run a quad-monitor configuration for my work and traditionally did it this using a card ATI over-pants 2450.
I tried now three different external graphics cards and can get any of them to work:
First attempt was with a VisionTec Radeon HD 5570 (point #900345). This card supports quad-monitor configuration and requires a minimum power of 250w. When I installed the card, the HP Pavilion beeps several times a series of 4 or 5 (can't remember which) emits a beep, but refused to send an image to a video output (either on board or the new card).
Next attempt was with an EVGA GeForce GT 610. It's a Setup dual monitor and requires a minimum 300w power supply. Got the same exact response as with the VisionTec (i.e. the series of beeps... computer would not start all monitors).
So both of these cards (new), I basically gave up immediately that I couldn't in the BIOS (b/c wouldn't monitors) to see what was going on. My understanding is that the series of 4-5 beeps usually means that there is a problem of graphics card, or the card that was added doesn't have enough power. It's frustrating, because the HP Pavilion 500-314 a supposedly a 300w power supply, which is at least equal to the minimum required for each of these cards.
At this point, I took out the ATI over-pants 2450 my old machine and tried. This card at least has not caused the series of 4-5 beeps. Windows has started. However, once I log in, Windows tries to install the new (card over-pants) repeatedly, only then, the screen flashes and blinks and flashes. Then I went into the BIOS. The BIOS indicates that the system recognizes the card, and that the integrated video has been disabled. However, there is always a signal coming out of the onboard video output (DVI), so it is not in fact actually disabled. My feeling is that Windows is trying to control two separate video cards (edge + external), which is what causes the problems. I can turn off the graphics card over-pants w/under Windows (in Safe Mode) and let the card installed, and things work fine. However, as soon as I try and activate the card, I get endless cycle flashing monitors.
I spent a few long sessions with HP technical support and they were useless. They claim that this is not a problem of HP as the embedded video works fine. I find this extremely frustrating response. I think it is a matter of HP, because BIOS doesn't seem to be properly disable the onboard video. Not to mention that the PC can't seem to properly interface with Windows compatible 8 PCI-E cards that claim explicitly require less energy than this unit has.
I'm usually pretty computer savvy, but have reached my wits end on this one. I'd appreciate any help anyone could provide. I tried all kinds of combinations of variables (i.e. enabling integrated video, setting external card at the elementary level, etc.) through the BIOS, but also combinations of w/under Windows, disable integrated video, but nothing is working.
900345 VisionTek Radeon HD 5570 1 GB DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x 16
Thanks a lot for your quick response.
The first time that I spoke with HP support, they had me disable secure boot. Unfortunately my problems (i.e. the cards would not install correctly). However, after reading the link you provided that I was inspired to try things one last time with a new beginning. I uninstalled all drivers, removed all cards, re-engaged start-up secured, restarted, close, disabled secure boot, reinstalled the cards and rebooted. And, this time, the system accepts the card GeForce GT 610.
Difficult for me to express how grateful I am to you. I spent two weeks and countless hours trying to get this corrected. Just I found these forums earlier wish.
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