My main use of this desktop is photo editing and archiving, and, specially, archiving is a heavy load application, when dealing with database during imports and rescans of photos. I already use 2.5" SSDs (SATA3) in OS and database, separately, but when following performance curves during an import or rescan, I can see that SSD is still the bottle neck. So, I started to grasp my head and came to an idea: what about installing a NVMe-ssd to speed up things. There is only one PCIe x16 on the mobo and currently there is a GTX 750 card. Now, if I give up from GTX 750, my questions are:
1) from specs I have read that there is an on-board graphic controller HD Graphics 4600. I tryed to check this and found couple of connectors (one like HDMI and one like a D-connector) covered by plastic covers which seem to be connected with the mobo. Now, if I remove covers and connect cables, could I get std. display running (or is there e.g. some risk of damage, why they are covered)?
2) If it is technically ok, would the performance of display be adequate (i.e. I need no high speed but preferably accurate colors and spatial resolution)? I use now a monitor with 2560 x 1440 resolution.