Supported Only By Cpu With Integrated Graphic
Is it only compatible with integrated graphics processors? 3
I don't understand what that means ...
This is the motherboard:
As Sacharistan said ... If you use a processor without an integrated video card, your computer will not recognize it while the video card is playing. Then you get a beep code and a blank screen.
So, as long as you have a processor with an integrated graphics card or a dedicated graphics card, you're ready to go.
This means that you need one of the Intel i3 or i5 or i7 processors for integrated graphics to work. This is a warning that there is really no separate graphics chip and that the power of integrated graphics has to come from the processor, where all the chips will remain connected.
You can even use a dedicated graphics card. Does not matter.
Buy an Intel i5 or i7 processor (CPU) and then have integrated graphics. Make sure you buy one unlocked, you can do a lot with the configuration of your processor.