Integrated and non-integrated system board difference

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I want to upgrade my Personal computer but can not do so because of having integrated system board problem.What is the difference between integrated and non-integrated system board? Can i upgrade integrated system? If I can't do so then what should I do? Also tell me the best non-integrated board now a days.

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Integrated and non-integrated system board difference

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Basic difference between integrated and non integrated motherboard is integrated motherboard has all devices like video card integrated on them and you can’t trade any device for another one. In non integrated motherboard you has devices card plugged on it.

Non integrated motherboard is best solution for high performance.

You have a lot of great motherboards and configuration solutions. Your next computer will depend how much money you want spend on it.  

If you trying upgrade to a build Intel processor based computer I suggest non integrated motherboard for I7 processors with Nvidia graphic card.

If you are trying upgrade to build AMD processor based computer I suggest non integrated motherboard for AMD A Series processor with ATI graphic card.

Regards,

Anthony John

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