I've been looking into building my own 'custom' All-In-One system using an Intel thin-ITX board. I have a question though:
Do any of the Intel boards support GPU pass-through to the LVDS port? i.e. Using a discrete GPU card in the PCI Express expansion slot (with suitable riser modifications for power supply and such), but having the display data fed through to the LVDS header - or am I limited to only the CPU's HD graphics on this port?
I note the Gigabyte AIO products have a GPU upgrade feature, but I'm not sure if this is a custom feature for them, or a standard feature of the thin-itx standard.
Your assistance is appreciated.
I am really sorry for the delay on providing an answer for this.
Based on the engineering department, the GPU pass-through is not supported in the current Intel® boards.