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onboard video chipset or no onboard chipset, compatability with cpu

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August 18, 2011 7:38:21 PM

Hi, I'm looking for clarification...if a mb says no onboard video chipset, does that mean I must buy a gpu, or that I can use a cpu with a built in video chip like intel i3,i5, i7?
I won't be gaming, just surfing and pics etc. Mb must have usb3.0, hdmi, sata 6, and raid.
Any suggestions welcome.
a c 139 à CPUs
August 18, 2011 7:43:06 PM

How can monitor get pic screen ? No vga no pict, you need vga like radeon or nvidia and depend on your PSU power.
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August 18, 2011 8:35:35 PM

henydiah said:
How can monitor get pic screen ? No vga no pict, you need vga like radeon or nvidia and depend on your PSU power.

The question is...what is the difference between two ( almost) identical mobos, one with "no video onboard" and the second with, say..."radeon hd 4290"? And what chip features do I need to consider for each mobo? Thanks.
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a c 139 à CPUs
August 18, 2011 8:46:56 PM

- Different at performance of course
- and what chip ? Amd , intel wich ?
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August 18, 2011 8:50:18 PM

Intel Sandybridge CPUs have the Video included in the CPU so H67 Mother board and a I3/5/7-xxxx and you do not have to buy a Video card.
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