Tag: graphics

  • How To Upgrade Your Notebook with an External Graphics Card

    It’s no secret that upgradeable notebook graphics are a bit of an oxymoron. Despite the fact Nvidia’s MXM modular graphics card technologyhas been available to notebook designers for over a decade, few have fully adopted the standard. The lack of a universal solution for upgrading notebook graphics has left notebook owners at a significant economic […]

  • How to Upgrade Nvidia MXM Notebook Graphics Cards

    Upgradeable graphics have long been an elusive concept in the notebook world, but there’s an increasing number of gaming notebooks that support Nvidia’s modular MXM technology to give you that very capability. Don’t think you can simply purchase any MXM notebook and be able to upgrade the graphics, though. We’ll discuss why in this article. […]

  • Notebook Video Graphics Guide Part 2: FAQ and Video Lineage Guide

    This is Part 2 of a 2 Part Series and a follow-up to the original article Notebook Video Graphics Card Guide NOTEBOOK VIDEO GRAPHICS CARD GUIDE Part II: The FiFAQ (Frequently and Infrequently Asked Questions) And Video Lineage Guide INTRODUCTION This guide is a supplement to my existing notebook video graphics guideand answers some questions […]

  • Notebook Video Graphics Card Guide 2006

    by Dustin Sklavos INTRODUCTION Since 2005’s GPU review, notebook graphics hardware has done us the kindness of simplifying. The options on the market are somewhat fewer and it’s to our benefit, but it’s still somewhat confusing. I’ve seen questions on the forumsthat to some of us seem comical: Is an X1300 graphics card better than […]

  • NotebookReview.com Laptop Graphics Guide 2009: Part Two

    by Dustin Sklavos Now we come to part two of the graphics guide, the fun part. In Part Two and Part Three of the guide I’m going to break down the mobile GPUs by the graphics chip that powers them, in ascending order from weakest to most powerful. I’m also going to break things down […]