Tuesday, Eurocom announced that it is offering VGA upgrades in its gaming notebooks. The upgrades range from AMD Radeon 7970M, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M, GTX 670MX, GTX 675MX up to 680M.
Mark Balic President of Eurocom believes that offering VGA upgradeability will greatly augment the lifespan of it mobile computer; he explains: “VGA upgradeability allows users to extend lifespan of their equipment without compromising performance”.
Currently performance gains in gaming PCs rely heavily on the graphics technology. Eurocom offers its customers three levels of graphics card upgrade options at time of purchase, and aftermarket graphical upgrades to those who are looking to increase the performance of their device.
One reason that Eurocom is able to provide users with upgrades even months after purchase is its use of the MXM 3.0b graphics connection standard. MXM uses an industry wide standard allowing the device to connect with many newer or higher performing cards of the same standard.
Additionally, the MXM 3.0b offers Dual GPU Support currently seen in the Eurocom Scorpius, Eurocom Leopard or Eurocom Panther. The support allows the devices to house either AMD CrossFireX or NVIDIA SLI operations.
Costumers looking to upgrade their Eurocom devices can send their notebooks to Eurocom technicians or Eurocom can send them a complete upgrade kid and support so that they can upgrade the device themselves.