Graphics card of Acer® Extensa
The technology of Acer Extensa graphics card is very good, but sometimes a user may need to upgrade it. In such cases, either the graphic card is not compatible with the applications or the user wants a better graphics card for enhancing the visual experience.
In the section below, we will deal with various issues that can arise during the upgrade of Acer Extensa graphics card and things that we should keep in mind.
- When to upgrade?
- Guidelines to prevent any undesired circumstances
- Issues that can arise
When to upgrade?
Upgrading the graphic card depends only on the user requirements. Like any other component, Acer Extensa graphics card also has some limitations. If your needs have changed and you need to perform some tasks demanding an advance graphics card (especially games), then you should upgrade your graphics card otherwise it will be good to continue with your present graphics card.
Guidelines to prevent any undesired circumstances
Before you begin with the process of upgrading your Acer Extensa graphics card, it is advised to check the official website or contact the dealer. You should check that your machine supports upgrading of graphics card before you make a purchase. The upgrading option is available only for selected models of laptops. Moreover, you should confirm that the new device is compatible with your machine and compatible device driver is available for your intended operating system. It may take some time but it will be good to consult Acer before performing any sort of upgradation.
Many times the system is unable to detect the newer version of graphic card; this may be due to an improper connection. Moreover, the graphics card will not operate until the proper device driver is installed. Sometimes the option to upgrade Acer Extensa graphics card is not applicable for your machine. One way to solve this problem is to add an external graphics card.