Upgrade Graphics Card in Lenovo® IdeaPad Y460 Laptop
Lenovo IdeaPad Y460 Laptop is powered with Intel Core i5 processor. It is available with Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium as its default operating system. It has a 14-inch HD LED widescreen display with a screen resolution of 1366 x 768. Its DDR3 RAM provides maximum 4 GB memory storage capacity. The system uses ATI Radeon graphics card to get the graphics features and gaming applications. Graphics card must be upgraded if your currently installed graphics card is delivering poor performance or if it is a damaged one. If your graphics card offers limited amount of graphics memory, then also you are required to upgrade it.
- To increase graphics memory
- Replace the damaged graphics card
- Card installation problem
- Driver Incompatibility
To increase graphics memory
By upgrading the graphics card, you can get more graphics memory. It is very helpful for running advanced graphics function and powerful gaming applications. With upgraded graphics card, you can perform all these functions easily.
Replace the damaged graphics card
It is always important to replace the damaged graphics card for increased system’s performance. If you want to replace the damaged graphics card, it is better to replace it with the upgraded version of graphics card. By upgrading, you can enjoy the latest and advanced features. Graphics card upgradation allows to run advanced and the latest gaming applications.
The improper installation of the graphics card to PCI port of your system can lead to start up problem on your system. It is advised that you take help from the technician for installing new graphics card. After examining the empty PCI port, you need to install the graphics card into the empty PCI connector and press down on it until it is fully seated to the PCI port.
Driver incompatibility is the main issue that can come with your system after the installation of the upgraded version of the graphics card. You need to install the driver software for the upgraded version in order to get the maximum performance.