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New PC (R7 2700X) no GPU

I'm wondering if I can load into the desktop on a new PC with a Ryzen 7 2700X without a dedicated GPU. Do you need a dedicated GPU, or does the R7 have any integrated to at least get me into Windows?

 

All responses are appreciated!

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2 minutes ago, A1_Steak_Sauce said:

I'm wondering if I can load into the desktop on a new PC with a Ryzen 7 2700X without a dedicated GPU. Do you need a dedicated GPU, or does the R7 have any integrated to at least get me into Windows?

 

All responses are appreciated!

This is not Intel, only AMD's APUs come with integrated graphics like the 2400G and 2200G. So to answer your question the answer is no, you are going to need a GPU to boot into Windows.

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Only a Ryzen APU, such as the 2200G or 2400G, has integrated graphics. A dedicated GPU is required for the 2700X.

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Just now, Wh0_Am_1 said:

This is not Intel, only AMD's APUs come with integrated graphics like the 2400G and 2200G.

Okay that's what I thought, I just needed some confirmation. Thanks bro

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32 minutes ago, A1_Steak_Sauce said:

Okay that's what I thought, I just needed some confirmation. Thanks bro

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