Welcome xbetterforworsex. Anyway, a video card is designed to access the amount of ram given to it by its oem. I wouldnt bother with trying to upgrade. After the grief of intricate soldering, you may find it accesses the same amount or none at all. -maestro
I agree, though I don't think the question was whether or not it would be economical but if it were possible.
Like Maestro said, a video card is designed to access the amount of ram given to it by it's oem. I don't know if it is possible because I don't think anybody has done it. Frankly, I'm not that savy with a soldering iron to accomplish something of that magnitude.
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