Upgrading a motherboard on HP Pavilion dv6 for best graphics games :)

I have a dv6 6169 - we and suck the graphics! I have about 32 or 64 MB of dedicated video RAM and 2 GB shared. I need better supported graphic to play the games I love. I don't know how to update a motherboard but only as I look for when getting a motherboard for my laptop? And someone please explain to me how discreet memory.

I have the service manual and that's what he tells me. Description of the MB and the part number.

For use only with the computer models equipped with an Intel processor:

Equipped with an Intel dual core, chipset HD6770, a subsystem of graphics with 1024.
MB of memory separate and supports living bus/chip off (BACO) and USB 3.0 version
659151 001

Equipped with an Intel dual core, chipset HD6490, a subsystem of graphics with 1024.
MB of memory separate and supports living bus/chip off (BACO) and USB 3.0 version
659150 001

Equipped with an Intel quad core processor, the HD6490 chipset, a subsystem of graphics with 1024.
MB of memory separate and supports living bus/chip off (BACO) and USB 3.0 version
659149 001

Equipped with an Intel quad core processor, the HD6770 chipset, a subsystem of graphics with 1024.
MB of memory separate and supports living bus/chip off (BACO) and USB 3.0 version
659148 001

Equipped with an Intel dual core, chipset HD6490, a subsystem of graphics with 1024.
MB of memory separate and supports living bus/chip off (BACO) and USB 2.0 version
659147 001

Equipped with an Intel quad core, the HM65 chipset and HD6490 graphics
subsystem with 1024 MB memory discreet
659998 001

Equipped with an Intel quad core, the HM65 chipset and a graphic subsystem with UMA
memory
659999 001

For use only with models of computer with a quad core Intel HD6770 graphics processor
memory subsystem and 2048 MB
650799 001

For use only with the computer models equipped with a dual core, Intel HD6770 graphics processor
memory subsystem and 2048 MB
650800 001

For use only with models of computer with a quad core Intel HD6770 graphics processor
subsystem and memory 1024 MB
641488 001

For use only with the computer models equipped with a dual core, Intel HD6770 graphics processor
subsystem and memory 1024 MB
641489 001

For use only with models of computer with a quad core Intel HD6490 graphics processor
subsystem and memory 1024 MB
641486 001

For use only with the computer models equipped with a dual core, Intel HD6490 graphics processor
subsystem, 1024 MB of memory discreet and USB version 3.0
641484 001

For use only with the computer models equipped with a dual core, Intel HD6490 graphics processor
subsystem, 1024 MB of memory discreet and USB version 2.0
641487 001

For use only with models of computer with a quad core, a graphics subsystem processor with
The memory of the UMA and USB version 3.0
641491 001

For use only with models of computer with a dual processor core, a graphics subsystem with
The memory of the UMA and USB version 3.0
641485 001

For use only with models of computer with a dual processor core, a graphics subsystem with
The memory of the UMA and USB version 2.0

641490 001

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Your laptop was never to be a gamer. It has the Intel HD 3000 graphics that are not discrete. It's UMA which means short graphic rendering in system memory. Discreet, it is what you want and this means that the video card has its own separate memory. That's the best advice that would not force allows you to replace the processor:

For use only with models of computer with a processor dual core, Intel HD6770 graphics subsystem and 2048 MB of memory discreet 650800-001

Now, the bad news:

1. this Commission is stupid cheap:

http://h20141.www2.HP.com/hpparts/Search_Results.aspx?mscssid=CC60762C26674F61A20C2B270D4FAE57&SearchIn=PartNumber&SearchPN=650800-001

$252... the price of the Exchange is only if you have a defective Board of the same kind to send.

2. I could be off base here, but I think if you are unsure what discrete memory is then trying to replace a motherboard for laptop is probably something you have done hire and figure another $150 it.

3. even the jury of 'best' is always a sort of thing of lower midrange and you are not happy with it after spending $ 400 to upgrade.

Your best thing to do is to sell your laptop and buy a new one.

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