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Why do LGA1155 boards not have integrated video card?

I did a power search on Newegg for mobo's with LGA1155 and an integrated video card, but only 1 came up, whereas when I took off the integrated video card filter, I got like 130 results.

Is there a reason it's like this? Does this mean that if I choose to go with LGA1155 CPU/Mobo, I have to buy a dedicated graphics card to even use the computer?
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    Well, the CPU has integrated graphics, so the mobo don't really need any.

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  2. opqpop said:
    I did a power search on Newegg for mobo's with LGA1155 and an integrated video card, but only 1 came up, whereas when I took off the integrated video card filter, I got like 130 results.

    Is there a reason it's like this? Does this mean that if I choose to go with LGA1155 CPU/Mobo, I have to buy a dedicated graphics card to even use the computer?

    Just make sure u get the mobo with HDMI or DVI or VGA.

  3. H61, H67, Z68 all support IGP. P67 does not.
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  5. There's no such thing as Intel s1155 boards with integrated graphics.

    Most of the Intel cpu's have integrated graphics, not all.
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