How do you take off integrated graphics on sandy bridge cpu's

Like the thread title says how do you take off the integrated graphics i have an asus p8p67 pro motherboard. And how do you put on a graphics card so it will run it. Also i am having a hard time finding out how to overclock a graphics card on that motherboard. Just wondering if you guys know how
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  1. Ha ha, the sany bridge boards support chips with built in gpu. It's not like you can peel the chip open and take parts out.
  2. i know that dont you need to do something on the bios?
  3. There is no BIOS setting to disable the Iintegrated Graphics.

    The Intel P67 Express Chipset doesn't support Integrated Graphics.

    The P67 is made for those users that have always planned to use a discrete graphics card.
  4. If you put a Sandy Bridge processor onto a P67 board, it automatically turns off the processor graphics.
  5. endyen said:
    Ha ha, the sany bridge boards support chips with built in gpu. It's not like you can peel the chip open and take parts out.

    That was going to be my suggestion.

    greg is right though. The motherboard will detect the presence of the graphics card and automatically deactivate the built in graphics.

    I recommend that you do not use the BIOS to turn off the built in graphics. That way, if you ever need to pull the video card, you will not need to do anything but move the monitor cable to the motherboard connector.
  6. If you are using a Intel® 2nd generation Core™ processor and using the on processor graphics and want to turn them off simply add in a video card into the PCI-e x16 slot.

    Christian Wood
    Intel Enthusiast Team
  7. Hey Intel Enthusiast !
    Instead of being paid on a forum by intel, couldn't YOU DO YOUR JOB BEFORE SELLING US A BROKEN PRODUCT

    KKTHXBAI
  8. I still hate him.
    loooooooooool
    Buying for 600$ worth of product that I have to return = ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
  9. Quote:
    how did you manage to get the 'TM' sign next to the Core name?

    Hold left Alt and type on keypad 0153 then release Alt. If you ever want to do the degree sign it's Alt 0186.
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