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Motherboard why is there no monitor socket on the motherboard itself??

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Unfortunately not all boards have onboard graphics (the vast majority of the newer (last 3-4 years or so) do, but even then, there's still the odd one or two manufacturers that seem to think it'll be fun not to.

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