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Dell inspiron 17 5749, Can i egpu?

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Hello, first of all, I am new to the forum and if this topic does not belong to this section, please move it to the corresponding section.
I am new to the world of egpu, I met it 5 days ago, so I have several questions.

1-I have a dell inspiron 17 5749, can I egpu?

2- If the answer to the first question is yes, how could I?
3- What components and methods do you recommend?

The specifications of my pc

Processor
Intel Core i5-5200U 2.4 GHz
Graphics adapter
Intel HD 5500
Memory
8192 MB
Display
17.3 inch 16: 9, 1600x900 pixel

If you need something more to respond, feel free to ask.

Many thanks in advance and English is not my native language, if there is some mistake, do not hesitate to correct it!

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