The general rule which is holding up well is that any laptop with shared RAM video will never have a replacable video card.
I already ordered a Dell I6000, with intel's GMA 9000. However in future I want to add on a graphics card to the system. Is it possible?
If it is, can someone let me know where the new discrete graphics card can be added? (like which slot if possible).
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That the chipset wont allow me to add a new card(or would be of no use? ). And also does that mean that the I6000 which does have a dicrete card(bussines model) have a different chipset?
It's simply that to meet price points, no laptop with shared RAM video can afford to offer the space, socket and needed power supply for the mini-PCI card that would have a video card.
The big clue is to see if your laptop offers video card options. If you see "shared video RAM" or "shared RAM" then the rule has been there will be no place to add a miniPCI or other style video card.