Re: on board video or no?
Never buy a mobo with video cause as AMD ZEN says its makes your system slower. And the reason for this is that is shares your computer memory, or it would be more appropriate to say that it takes away some of your memory. And if you are doing multitasking, video editing or playing some high speed game, when there is no RAM left for the video card because your system is using it, your PC freezes.
A good motherboard should be solely motherboard with no sound, network card or video incorporated. It should have plently of PCI slots, an AGP port and double IDE connections and a SATA set connections. Sole reason is that you choose what type of sound card / network card / or video card you want. Having it on the mobo sooner or later, it will be desactivated in the BIOS.
Asus P4P800 SE
Intel P4 3.2 Gig 1024 Meg PC3200 cas latency 2.5
RAID 0 2-36.7 Gig SATA WD 10,000 RPM
200 Gig WD ATI ALL-IN-WONDER 9600XT
6500 Kb bandwith Internet Connection