Old motherboards like M4A88 series have an integrated video but the current ones have the connectors like HDMI and or DVI but Does them have an integrated video or those connectors only works if the CPU have a GPU integrated?
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In the current market, the video processing unit can be on the motherboard and/or on the CPU itself. The fact that a motherboard has a video output connector (with any standard such as HDMI or DVI) does not necessary mean that the motherboard has an integrated video processing unit.
Motherboards targeted to CPUs the possibility for an integrated GPU on the CPU in general don't have a video chip (but they can have video connectors, but they won't work without a CPU with integrated GPU).
Two CPU examples:
- the AMD Ryzen 7 2700U mobile with RADEON™ RX VEGA 10 graphics had obviously an integrated GPU on the CPU (targeted towards the laptop market).
- the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X has no integrated GPU.
Two motherboard examples: