Thanks again.If I were you, I would go for the i7 configuration. It costs similar and is potentially more powerful. You said you don't want to overclock, correct?
1) i7 comes with iGPU. You do not need to buy an entry-level graphics card unless you plan on gaming (and, even then, you would want to pair it with at least a 1070). iGPU will also provide a decent GPU acceleration, should you need it
2) NO. i7 comes with iGPU
Yes, you are right, I do not intend to OC unless it has become as easy as pushing few buttons/slider compared to earlier times.
- In case of Ryzen, is it mandatory to have at least an entry-level GPU? Do the boards not come with integrated Graphics? I tried to get the answer from respective websites looking at the specification, but it was not clear to me.
- In case of Intel, which would you recommend- k or non-k and why?