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Looks like the embedded GPU on that motherboard is an Intel chipset, which means the driver in Fedora is the only one. Even "better" is that because the GPU is powered by the CPU, the specific type (and performance) of the device is tied to which CPU you put in that motherboard.

It might be possible to troubleshoot this further if we knew the exact video device (look for the "VGA compatible controller" in the output from the "lspci" command) and the exact type of monitor you're using... but then again, it might just be that the Intel video chipset in that mainboard is underpowered.

The obvious workaround is to buy (and use) a dedicated graphics card from either AMD or NVIDIA.