Sorry to bump this up once again, but I do have a concern about my motherboard I have chosen. I did some reading about the Sandy Bridge chipsets, H67, P67 and Z68. From what I can tell, the H67 have onboard graphics enabled. P67 has overclocking enabled and the Z68 has both of them enabled. I got an H67 board because they will NEVER overclock the i5-2500k I bought them, but they did want to try out the video that comes with the "k" line of processors. However, when I read the articles, there seems to be a slight implication that the motherboard is carrying the onboard graphics.
From what I think I know, it is the processor that has the on-board graphics and the motherboard is what enables it to run. Is this the correct way to think about this? Did I make the right choice?
Thank you so much again,