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Looking for some advice

Question asked by jetsaredim on Jul 18, 2019

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.

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