Unconventional B150 motherboard packs an LGA 1151 socket and an embedded NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
Zeal-All may be a motherboard manufacturer with which you are unfamiliar. Featured by Linus Tech Tips and Tom's Hardware the Shenzhen-based company sells a bunch of motherboards including ones with embedded dedicated GPUs.
Based on the B150 chipset, the ZA-SK1050 is one of two motherboards that Zeal-All sells with an embedded GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. Featuring 4 GB of VRAM, the 235 x 197.5 mm board roughly fits the microATX form factor. However, it has no mounting holes, no PCIe Express expansion slots and has I/O on all four sides.
Additionally, the ZA-SK1050 has an LGA 1151 socket, meaning that it supports 6th and 7th generation Intel Core processors. It also has two SO-DIMM slots that support up to DDR4-2133 RAM. The board also has a 19 V DC power input, four USB 3.0 Type-C ports, an RJ45, a CMOS button and several SATA connections.
Shown to run CS GO smoothly, the ZA-SK1050 currently costs a pricey US$345 to US$365 on Alibaba. The ZA-SK1050 is certainly niche and probably of little practical to use to most people, but it is quirky nonetheless.