So here's the thing...
All consumer Intel chips since Sandy Bridge include some flavor of Intel HD Graphics. None of the Xeon chips have it and Sandy Bridge E chips don't either. So if you were avoiding Haswell because of this, then you're not looking in the right direction.
And all these motherboards have the option to turn the HD Graphics off. But either way, when the system boots up, it will show up on the first display that's connected to the system. So even if you have a discrete card in the system, brand new, the system will display out to that if a monitor is plugged into it and only it.