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no video ooutputs on my new mobo

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Just got a gigabyte X99M motherboard and am getting the added parts like memory, processor etc...


Looking at the mobo I see no ports for the monitor- DVI, HDMI, display port, VGA, etc...


Where do I plug in the monitor in at?


And since I am posting...I was given this really nice mobo but I don't really game. I do however like to have several apps along with email, music and maybe video open at the same time. What would be a good processor to match with this since I use three (would like a fourth) monitors hooked up concurrently. I do hope to eventually get a 3D capable monitor and watch movies in 3D if that ever comes to fruition...


Thanks for help!




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:welcome: kerryh.

That is a very nice high end board, often used in a extreme gaming, photo/video or workstation/server build.   It does not have any display ports as the supported Intel Extreme Edition CPUs, (Haswell-EP) i7 and most Xeon do not have integrated Graphics, a discrete GPU must be used with this board.   Additional hardware is quite expense,

Here is the MB, > http://www.gigabyte....spx?pid=5221#ov

CPU start at $389 > http://www.newegg.co...N82E16819117402


If you would like us to configure a compatible build?   Please give info for present computer hardware, the case, HDD/s and PSU, then we can see if any are reusable in a new build.

In which country would you purchase parts?

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