The z68 motherboards have hit the market and in confused about which mobo to decide on the p67 broads that was the asus p8p67 deluxe , gigabyte ga-p67a-ud5 and the msi p67a-gd65 motherboards.so which motherboards should i choose the p67 or z68 and advise me some mobo for the p67 on my list or your own ones and if its the z68 list some broads thankxxx!!
The z68 chipset allows the built in graphics in the Sandy Bridge Processors, as well as your own graphics cards. So the built in graphics would then be used for something like accelerating video rendering
Really? I thought the integrated graphics would be disabled completely.
No, pretty much everything under modern operating systems can be "disabled" (e.g. not used to display anything) but a GPU is a graphics processing unit, and as long as the operating system can handle it, why turn off a secondary processor?
I recently built an AMD system with a motherboard that had built in graphics on the chipset, but no video out. The manual actually gave steps on setting the chipset GPU up as a video accelerator. Welcome to a whole new world!
If you're going to be building a serious system that doesn't use integrated graphics there's really no need for z68 except for a little extra processing power. That being said, I love my gigabyte p67a-ud7 so I reccommend you get the p67 ud5 or the z68 ud5.
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