An integrated video processor is usually convenient for systems that don't need massive graphics performance. By way of instance, office computers, servers, media facilities connected to TV. In the case, you can save money and place in this case. But lose in performance. The performance of the integrated video core is rather mediocre and it doesn't you get to play in modern games on great settings. Additionally for protected systems, the lack of further nodes reduces the attack area.
In the case of the internal video center, it is necessary that the motherboard has an appropriate connector for connecting the monitor.
External (discrete) video cards are used in home desktop PCs, for which a productive graphics system is important. For matches, for example. Equally important here and properly selected ATI drivers. Without the very best drivers, the video card will not function. Buying an external video card you always have the opportunity to pick the performance you need. As a rule, the price is dependent upon card functionality and is directly proportional. The monitor here is linked to the card.
Let's see what are the attributes of the built-in graphics card. Let's take a look. What is and what doesn't have two distinct types of video cards: integrated and external (discrete)?
Here are the differences: an outside card could be replaced with a new one. They have their own (soldered on the video card) memory, and the memory is faster than memory. Also - a high-speed data bus, the characteristics of which depend on the type of connector for connecting the video card to the motherboard (PCI, AGP, PCI-Express, etc.). Discrete options are also equipped with various outputs for connecting monitors and televisions.
Which can affect to the performance of this device.