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Any ways to upgrade a 1 ghz eMac?

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I have a 1 Ghz eMac and was wondering if there were any video card upgrades that could be done?

any help appreciated!
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The VRAM and video chips are built into the main board and there is no expansion slot or card slot. There is no video upgrade or replacement possible.
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Even if you could upgrade, the video ram will always be 32MB
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ok, thanks for telling me that!
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