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iGPU UHD 770 Graphics not working on ProArt (white VGA Q-LED is on)

Extravaganza
Level 7

I have a brand new configuration of:

Asus ProArt z790 creator WiFi motherboard (BIOS 1801),
Intel i9-13900T (UHD 770 Graphics iGPU)
Kingston KF560C32RWK2-64 DDR5 Fury Renegade
Kingston SSD Fury Renegade 4000GB (NVMe)

When I turn on the PC it always stops on VGA Q-LED and one long and three short beeps.
There is no way to configure iGPU Primary Display in BIOS.
The iGPU is not recognized by the BIOS itself (no options in bios like presented in the manual:
https://www.asus.com/motherboards-components/motherboards/prime/prime-z790-p-csm/helpdesk_manual/?mo... ).
CPU socket pins are all perfect (no bent pins at all).

Has anyone seen a working iGPU with this motherboard or any other Z790 (and i9 13th gen processors) ?
I have seen many posts in the Internet about ASUS motherboards issues with iGPUs but no solution was delivered.

I have asked ASUS support and the only answer I have got is that their configuration is working fine. No pictures how it is working, no information about bios parameters to set - nothing at all (very mysterious, and super secret configuration protected by ASUS support).

Please answer if you solved the issue yourself and would like to share your experience in this area with community.
Any answer will be appreciate.

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Jiaszzz_ROG
Customer Service Agent

Hello, @Extravaganza 

As we have observed repetitive posting, we recommend using this thread as the primary avenue for communication:
Z790 ProArt built in igpu not working on i9 -13900T
If you have any updates or discussions related to this matter, please update that thread to avoid confusion or information gaps.
At the same time, since this forum is dedicated to discussions about ROG and TUF gaming series products, for other series, we recommend using the Zentalk forum.

Thank you.

Due to the ongoing regional holidays, my responses may be slightly delayed.
Thank you in advance for your patience.‌‌‌‌ 🙂