use both integrated graphic cards

AMD Kaveri A10 7700K 3.4Ghz & ASUS A88XM-PLUS Inc Radeon R7 - BOARD & CPU Bundle would this mother board pair both integrated graphic cards to work in the same time as it is a crossFire mobo ?
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  1. The motherboard does not have an integrated GPU; the spec only means that the PC has an integrated GPU *if* you use an APU and not something like an 880k. Even if it did, it would not support Crossfire in this manner.

    It is not a typical Crossfire board in that it only has one PCIEx16 slot. And as this is an entry-level platform, you wouldn't get much of a benefit from multi-GPU solutions. However, it can use Hybrid Crossfire, which is a cross between the 7700k's integrated graphic with an R7 240 or R7 250 (not a 250X). This isn't very good though, you'd still be better off using a 260 or a 270 or a 270X as a single GPU then mucking around with this.
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  2. the motherbo has ASUS A88XM-PLUS Motherboard
    Dedicated FM2+ Chipset, 4 Ram Slots, SATA6, USB3 & 7.1 Audio
    AMD Radeon R7 Graphics Via VGA, DVI & HDMI Outputs
    Support For Latest PCI-E3.0 Graphics Cards Inc CrossfireX also i saw that GPU Boost -Unlock integrated graphics performance for up to 30% boost so does it have an integrated gpu or not ?
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  3. yaseen-alsafoury said:
    the motherbo has ASUS A88XM-PLUS Motherboard
    Dedicated FM2+ Chipset, 4 Ram Slots, SATA6, USB3 & 7.1 Audio
    AMD Radeon R7 Graphics Via VGA, DVI & HDMI Outputs
    Support For Latest PCI-E3.0 Graphics Cards Inc CrossfireX also i saw that GPU Boost -Unlock integrated graphics performance for up to 30% boost so does it have an integrated gpu or not ?


    It doesn't. Again, it's referring to use of the motherboard with an APU.
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  4. i guess i will choose an Intel g4600 and will wait to catch a good graphic card
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  5. yaseen-alsafoury said:
    i guess i will choose an Intel g4600 and will wait to catch a good graphic card


    I think that's a much better option. Once you have a graphic card, it'll be a significant upgrade and it'll be on a modern platform that has an eventually CPU upgrade path.
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