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Does Dell Lattitude D630 Laptop supports Nvidia 880M 1GB VRAM - Graphic card

One of the user is looking out for this configuration for the existing dell laptop to be upgraded

Please find below the recommended requirements as proposed
¿      Intel Core 2 Duo processor
¿      8 GB RAM
¿      350GB 7200RPM HDD
¿      Nvidia 880M 1GB VRAM - Graphic card
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Sudarshan3677
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TimAllanCommented:
You can get :
CPU : Up to T7700 (2.40GHz,4MB L2 Cache)
RAM : Up to 4GB RAM
Hard drive : Capacities up to 160GB
Graphics(it's built into the motherboard and not upgradeable) : NVIDIA®  Quadro NVS 135M4
or Intel®  Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 (Up to 256MB shared5)

Short answer is : no, it cant be upgraded to those specs.
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WileCoyote8Commented:
The Dell D630 laptop has integrated video.  You cannot replace the video card in the system.  You need to go with one of the XPS systems to get a replaceable video card
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Sudarshan3677Author Commented:
Thank you for the fastest response.
Please let me know if we can get the PCMCIA based graphics card.
Just taking a chance as my customer may not be interested in investing for new one until there is a concrete information provided.
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TimAllanCommented:
I think you'll have a hard time trying to track down a PCMCIA card that measures up to those specs.

I've had a quick look, but it doesnt look like you can.
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Sudarshan3677Author Commented:
This response is more than required although I'm aware about it, still wanted some kind of proof to convince a finicky customer.

you can close this query. Thank you all for your support.
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TimAllanCommented:
Just tell them it's not possible as the video card is built onto the motherboard and there is no PCMCIA card that match their criteria!

You'll have to close this thread off...we're just the guys who answer :)
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