On the XMG site they call it "Mux design" and is a mainboard feature.... you can chose that the internal display is connected to the dedicated card and so you can disable the onboard chip
At least this is how i understand it.... This is also quite usefull for having the ndi scan converter to get the desktop (becouse it can only reach desktops rendered on the dedicated card and not onboard..)
but so what... the importend information is that you know how many plugs you have and are connected to the gfx card...
I just scroll through the XMG models... my choice would be the CORE serie... 3 outputs direct to the card is better then 2
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