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Do motherboards have integrated graphics?

    ✅ Fact Checked
    Updated on October 6, 2022
    John Chad, Bachelor Computer Science Degree & Computer Engineering.
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    John Chad, Bachelor Degree in Computer Science & Computer Engineering.
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    John is a certified IT & Computer Engineer with a Bachelors Degree. He has worked for a International Insurance Company in the IT department before deciding to become a full time blogger to help his readers. Holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from Stanford University.

    This is a question that often comes up in computer communities & forums. Unfortunately, it’s not an easy one to answer without some research. There are many different types of motherboards out there and each has its own set of features.

    Do motherboards have integrated graphics?

    A large majority of motherboards do not have integrated graphics, this used to be more common in the ’90s and early 2000s and currently, it’s mostly found in motherboards meant for servers, 99.9% of the motherboards for the average consumer does not have this feature, so if you’re wondering whether yours has it or not it’s very likely that it doesn’t.

    This feature has moved from motherboards to CPUs, currently, most CPUs do feature integrated graphics.

    How do I know if my motherboard has integrated graphics?

    It likely won’t have, however, if you want to make sure we recommend you to check the manufacturer’s website & model information. If it does feature it should be mentioned there, if you can’t find it then odds are that it isn’t, however, don’t worry, most CPUs have this feature.

    Does B450 have integrated graphics?

    No, they do not have onboard GPUs.

    Does my CPU have an integrated GPU?

    Yes, most CPUs do have an integrated GPU. This is a standard feature for most processors nowadays. If you’re not sure if your CPU has it or not, we recommend checking the manufacturer’s website to find out more specific information about your product. Alternatively, you could also do a quick Google search of your specific CPU model to find out more.

    Hopefully, this article has helped clear up some of the confusion around this subject! If you have any other questions, feel free to leave them in the comments below and we’ll do our best to answer them as soon as possible. Thanks for reading!