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Looking for some advice

Question asked by jetsaredim on Jul 18, 2019
Latest reply on Jul 18, 2019 by billy72

I'm looking for an onboard graphics chipset that will provide the ability to setup a dual monitor desktop on Linux.  I don't do gaming on my system, just occasional video/photo editing, but mostly coding and email/web.  My existing system had a RS880/Radeon HD 4250 which could handle dual monitor.  It's been a good number of years since I built a new system, so I just want to make sure whatever I get can do dual monitors out of the box without the need for an additional graphics card.  Any suggestions for what graphics chipsets I should be looking for when finding a new mobo?  Also, would prefer dual HDMI or DisplayPort output over VGA, but whatever works.