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iMac - possible to install graphics card in a 20 inch imac without opening system?


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possible to install graphics card in a 20 inch imac without opening system?
i want to install a diffrent card but i don't know if thats possible.
please help me!!
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You cant install a different video card in an iMac.

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You cant install a different video card in an iMac.
is it possible it connect via fire wire or usb with it being outside the imac?
i'm desperate!!
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The only extrenal video card I've heard of is still in prototype stages, and who knows if it will even work with a Mac.

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Sorry, no.

The only Mac that has upgradable internal card ports is the Mac Pro.
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