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motherboard supporting nvidia graphics and intel integrated graphics

iam searching for a motherboard which supports multi gpu
1 nvidia gtx650 ti boost
2.3rd gen intel core i7 with integrated graphics(intel hd 4500)
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  1. Wait, what are you trying to do here? If it's just use the onboard graphics until you get the graphics card, any z77 motherboard will do that.

    If you think you can use both of them at once, you can't; every motherboard will disable the motherboard ports if it detects a PCI graphics card.

    That being said, what is this computer being used for? If it's gaming, you gain nothing from buying an i7 over an i5, and could thus get a $100 better graphics card.
  2. 3rd-Generation Intel Core would mean that you need an LGA 1155 Socket motherboard that supports Ivy Bridge processors.

    Are you looking for a Micro-ATX or a full ATX form factor motherboard?

    What type of graphics ports do you require that must be on the motherboard?

    What display resolution will be used?
  3. micro atx
  4. DarkSable said:
    Wait, what are you trying to do here? If it's just use the onboard graphics until you get the graphics card, any z77 motherboard will do that.

    If you think you can use both of them at once, you can't; every motherboard will disable the motherboard ports if it detects a PCI graphics card.

    That being said, what is this computer being used for? If it's gaming, you gain nothing from buying an i7 over an i5, and could thus get a $100 better graphics card.


    You've never heard of LucidLogix Virtu MVP?
  5. Best answer
    The following Micro ATX Z77 Chipset LGA 1155 motherboards support LucidLogix Virtu MVP Multi-GPU Technology:

    ASRock Z77 Pro4-M
    ASRock Z77 Extreme4-M
    ASRock Fatal1ty Z77 Professional-M

    ASUS P8Z77-M
    ASUS P8Z77-M PRO
    ASUS Maximus V Gene

    GIGABYTE GA-Z77M-D3H-MVP
    GIGABYTE GA-Z77MX-D3H
  6. ko888 said:
    You've never heard of LucidLogix Virtu MVP?


    Oh dear, is that what he was asking about? I HAVE it, and disabled it the first day after doing a little bit of research. It's NOT something you want to be using.
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