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is there a pci express or agp slot on the macbook motherboard ?i want to install my own grahics card
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is there a pci express or agp slot on the macbook motherboard ?i want to install my own grahics card

No man, MacBook uses onboard graphics...there is no way to upgrade it.
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Ahh a completely upgradeable Macbook...yes please?
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