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mxm compatible?


andy1992

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as the title says :) .

i use a targa traveller 1574x2

http://www.targa.co.uk/index.jsp?SID=0&amp...CAREA=undefined

its not a very well known company, quite small.

i currently use a 7400, quite slow. so can i upgrade?

heres pics, see what you make of them :

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  • 1 month later...

bump! :)

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Sorry, i don't think you'll be upgrading. It does not look to have any mxm compatibility but i could be wrong.

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Sorry, i don't think you'll be upgrading. It does not look to have any mxm compatibility but i could be wrong.

that sux :) , notebooks only have a life of a year.

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But things are getting better for laptop users. In retrospect, laptops were not even worthy of their gaming counterparts. Now it's an almost even playing field. So next time be sure to get a laptop that has mxm compatibility or something of the sort so you don't get stuck buying a new laptop just to get a better gpu.

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thats the thing though manufacturers dont tell you.

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