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ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Black Edition MoBo Query

I would like to know if ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Black Edition has any Display Connection Support. It seems stupid, but as for backpanel view of MoBo, i didn't find any Port Connection for Display.

http://www.asus.com/media/global/products/8SLViD3WHG39nPPA/Jsb0shzbFvMYBv6b_500.jpg

It looks weird if someone going for this MoBo, he can't afford a graphic card, but as far as Graphic card is concerened, will surely go for GTX TITAN, but only after a couple of months.

But as for the time being can't it get connected to a monitor without Graphic Card ?

There must be some way, & i'm missing it. I'll be glad if someone could help me out.
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    LGA 2011 processors don't have integrated graphics built into it, that's why LGA 2011 motherboards don't have display connections. You will have to buy a graphics card to provide output for the display.
  2. sweenytodd said:
    LGA 2011 processors don't have integrated graphics built into it, that's why LGA 2011 motherboards don't have display connections. You will have to buy a graphics card to provide output for the display.


    This is what i found, after just posting this question. Intel X79 Chipset MoBos don't have any onboard graphics support. :( That means we can't go for LGA 2011 Socket Processor until & unless we are holding a Graphic Card ?
  3. sweenytodd said:
    LGA 2011 processors don't have integrated graphics built into it, that's why LGA 2011 motherboards don't have display connections. You will have to buy a graphics card to provide output for the display.


    Can I use an Entry Level Cheap Graphic Card e.g ATI Radeon 5450, for the time being, for ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Black Edition MoBo ? Could it pose any compatibility problem ?
  4. Yes. You can use any graphics cards even if its cheap as long as it uses a PCIE x16 interface.
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