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I have purchased a motherboard GF7050V-M7. Does this unit has integrated video card?.If so,no need to buy a separate video card?...and how is connected to the monitor then? Thank you, carlos ore

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It has a video card built in already. you dont need to buy a new card.
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Dear,
check it youself..
check if there is a VGA (Blue color 9 pin) connector on the back side of your motherboad, then it has a builtin VGA,
you dont have to purchase a new one. if that installed one is less capacity then u can buy a new one and then u have to disable the existing one through CMOS setup.
the setup at the starting of the PC

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