can i use 1x-16x Extension adapter usb 3.0 graphics card on my laptop

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Gam3r01

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You would need an external monitor, and power supply, and GPU.

AKA it would cost more than the performance you would get. Additionally, whatever laptop you have chances are the processor wouldnt be up to the task anyway.
 

k1114

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Laptops don't have pcie x1 slots. You could use a similar mpcie or m.2 adapter depending on what you have and how easy it is to access. You do need an external monitor and also an additional psu.
 

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i've watched on youtube saying that i can remove my wifi card thus it is connected to PCI-E Connector, i don't have m.2slot
 

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i have gpu and also psu resting in my room thus, it is literaly not mine it is for my friend, i'll let him borrow my psu and gpu for me to have a partner "duo" on the league of legends
 

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to help me more this is the laptop of my friend
https://www.cnet.com/products/dell-inspiron-3531-laptop-computer-fecwc3001hmso/specs/
 

k1114

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The wifi card is mpcie not pcie. It's not the same thing and won't fit into each other. It's the same difference as any other mini vs regular like trying to fit mini usb into usb. It's not going to happen.

But as far as the specs go, that is way too weak to play any game. You are talking core 2 duo era performance even though it is a lot newer. The architecture was made for low power and the performance suffered significantly. Lol and whatever games you want to play on it won't be any better because the cpu is the issue. An egpu is a waste of time and money. Cpu is soldered so no cpu upgrading. There is nothing you can do to this laptop to help with games.
 

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" Intel Celeron N2830 / 2.16 GHz"

That is a seriously underpowered CPU.

If you were to eventually able to get an external GPU running (doubtful and expensive), you would not see any gaming performance increase.
That CPU is simply not up to the task.
 

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thanks bro the "There is nothing you can do to this laptop to help with games" enlightened me.
 

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