No, F series Intel CPU means no integrated graphics. You need a dedicated GPU though could swap it out as long as it fits and doesnt use too much power.
03-08-2021 at 06:17 PM
Also, it is not just ANY GPU that will fit and does not use much power. I have tried two old GPUs, Quadro FX3800 and Dell ATI FireMv 2260 256MB PCIe x16, neither of them work (does not POST).
Someone else reported GT210 and GT240 works somewhat, cannot goes into BIOS but goes into Windows OK, but the front LED power lights flashing, 3 amble and 2 white, which means "PCI and Video subsystem failure".
asked this question on 03-11-2021 at 01:26 PM
03-11-2021 at 01:26 PM
For those who sold the GTX 1660 Ti and wanted to use a cheaper card (not for games, just for browsing, word processing, etc):
I received the GT710 GPU from Staples.com, and it is working fully, I have re-enabled all SecureBoot settings in the BIOS and everything still works great. Here is the link for the GPU: https://www.staples.com/msi-GeFor..._IM13R5374
If you are a cheapster like me, I would assume that all GT710 cards would work, and maybe even some lower cards, but I have not tried. them. Good luck all Slickdealers!