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    (Original post by momanium)
    Would it be ok to use the on-board graphics as oppose to buying a specific graphics card. :confused:
    I'm not 100|% sure but I wouldn't take the risk.
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    (Original post by momanium)
    Would it be ok to use the on-board graphics as oppose to buying a specific graphics card. :confused:
    You could always try first and if its not enough for you buy a graphics card later, probably the best way to go if you're not sure you need one. And the onboard graphics with the ivybridge processors are supposed to be pretty decent
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    (Original post by momanium)
    Would it be ok to use the on-board graphics as oppose to buying a specific graphics card. :confused:
    You could, though it could affect some areas of video editing such as rendering and so on, plus a 6850 for around the same price, is so much better than the 7750.

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