List of Intel graphics processing units

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This page contains information about Intel's GPUs and motherboard graphics chipsets in table form. In 1982 Intel licensed the NEC µPD7220 and announced it as the Intel 82720 Graphics Display Controller. [1] [2]

First generation[edit]

Intel's first generation GPUs.

Graphics Launch Market Chipset Code name Device id.[3] RAMDAC
clock (MHz)
Pixel
pipelines
Shader model
(vertex/pixel)
API support Memory bandwidth
(GB/s)
DVMT
(MB)
Hardware acceleration
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL MPEG-2 VC-1 AVC
Intel740 1998 Desktop stand-alone Auburn 7800 220 2 3.0 (SW) / No 5.0 1.1 No 1.3
0.533(AGP 2×)
2–8 Optional external MPEG-2 decoder via Video Module Interface No No
752 1999 Portola 1240 250 6.0 (full)
8.0 (some features, no hardware shaders)
0.8(PC100)–1.067(PC133)
1.067(AGP 4× for AIMM)
8–16 MC
3D graphics with Direct AGP 810 Whitney 7121 230 32
810-DC100 7123
810E
810E2
7125
2000 815
815E
815G
815EG
Solano 1132 6.0 (full)
9.0 (some features, no hardware shaders)

Second generation[edit]

Intel marketed its second generation using the brand Extreme Graphics. These chips added support for texture combiners allowing support for OpenGL 1.3.

Graphics Launch Market Chipset Code name Device id.[3] Core render
clock (MHz)
Pixel
pipelines
Shader model
(vertex/pixel)
API support[4] Memory bandwidth
(GB/s)
DVMT
(MiB)
Hardware acceleration
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL MPEG-2 VC-1 AVC
Extreme Graphics 2002 Desktop 845G
845GL
845GV
Brookdale 2562 200 2 3.0 (SW) / No 6.0 (full)
9.0 (some features, no hardware shaders)
1.3
ES 1.1Linux
No 2.1 64 MC No No
2001 Mobile 830M
830MG
Almador 3577 166[5] 1
Extreme Graphics 2 2003 Desktop 865G
865GV
Springdale 2572 266 6.4
Mobile 852GM
852GME
852GMV
Montara 3582 133–266 2.1–2.7
854 358E
855GM
855GME
3582

Third generation[edit]

Third generation consists of integrated graphics processing units with DirectX 9 support. Both vertex and pixel shaders can be used, but only pixel shaders have hardware support.

Graphics Launch Market Chipset Code name Device id.[3] Core render
clock (MHz)
Pixel
pipelines
Shader model
(vertex/pixel)
API support[4] Memory bandwidth
(GB/s)
DVMT
(MiB)
Hardware acceleration
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL MPEG-2 VC-1 AVC
GMA 900 2004 Desktop 910GL Grantsdale 2582
258A
333 4 3.0 (SW) / 2.0 9.0 (No WDDM nor Aero support) 1.4Windows
1.4macOS
1.4Linux
ES 2.0Linux
No 3.2 128 MC[6][7] No No
915GL
915GV 8.5
915G
2005 Mobile Mobile 915
Family
Alviso 2592 133–333
GMA 950 Desktop 945GZ Lakeport 2772 400 9.0c
FL9_1
256[7][8]
945GC 10.7
945G
2006 Mobile Mobile 945
Family
Calistoga 27A2
27AE
166–400[9]
GMA 3100 2007 Desktop Q33 Bearlake 29D2 400[10][11] 12.8
Q35 29B2
G31 29C2
G33 12.8 (DDR2)
17 (DDR3)
Variable-Length Decoding (VLD) + iDCT + MC (Full)[7]
GMA 3150 2010 Nettop Atom D4xx
Atom D5xx
Pineview A001 2 1.5Windows
2.1Linux
ES 2.0Linux
6.4 384
Netbook Atom N4xx
Atom N5xx
A011 200 5.3

Fourth generation[edit]

Intel released its latest generation of integrated GMA chipsets. The fourth generation consists of Shader Model 3.0 and 4.0 integrated graphics with hardware support for both vertex and pixel shaders.

Graphics Launch Market Chipset Code name Device id.[3] Core render
clock (MHz)
Execution
units
Shader model
(vertex/pixel)
API support[12] Memory bandwidth
(GB/s)
DVMT
(MB)
Hardware acceleration
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL MPEG-2 VC-1 AVC
GMA 3000 2006 Desktop 946GZ Lakeport 2972 667[13][14] 8[13][15] 3.0 (SW) / 2.0 9.0c
FL9_1
1.5Windows
2.1macOS
2.1Linux
ES 2.0Linux
10.6 256 MC[7] No No
Q963 Broadwater 2992
Q965 12.8
GMA X3000 G965 29A2 3.0 384 Full[7] MC + (LF −
WMV9 only)
GMA X3500 2007 G35 Bearlake 2982 4.0 10.0
FL10_0
MC + LF
GMA X3100 Mobile GL960 Crestline 2A02
2A12
400[16] 8.5 MC + (LF −
WMV9 only)
GLE960
GM965 500[16] 10.7
GME965
GMA 4500 2008 Desktop B43 Eaglelake 2E42
2E92
533 10 2.1
ES 2.0Linux
12.8 (DDR2)
17 (DDR3)[17]
1720 MC + LF MC + LF
Q43 2E12
Q45
GMA X4500 G41 2E32 800
G43 2E22
GMA X4500HD G45 Full Full
GMA 4500MHD Mobile GL40 Cantiga 2A42 400[18] 12.8
GS40
GM45 533[18] 12.8 (DDR2)
17 (DDR3)
GS45

Fifth generation[edit]

  • Each EU has a 128-bit wide FPU that natively executes eight 16-bit or four 32-bit operations per clock cycle.[19]
Specifications of Intel HD Graphics series[20][21]
Graphics Launch Market Processor Code name Device id. Core clock (MHz) Execution
units
API support[12] Memory bandwidth
(GB/s)
DVMT
(MB)
CVT HD
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL
HD Graphics 2010 Desktop Celeron G1101
Pentium G69xx
Ironlake (Clarkdale) 0042 533 12 10.1
FL10_0
2.1
ES 2.0Linux
No 17 1720 No
Core i3-5x0
Core i5-6x0
Core i5-655K
733 21.3 Yes
Core i5-661 900
Mobile Celeron U3xxx
Pentium U5xxx
Ironlake (Arrandale) 0046 166–500 12.8 No
Core i3-3x0UM
Core i5-5x0UM
Core i7-6x0UE
Core i7-6x0UM
Yes
Core i7-620LE
Core i7-6x0LM
266–566 17.1
Celeron P4xxx
Pentium P6xxx
500–667 No
Core i3-330E
Core i3-3x0M
Yes
Core i5-4x0M
Core i5-520E
Core i5-5x0M
Core i7-610E
Core i7-6x0M
500–766

Sixth generation[edit]

  • Each EU has a 128-bit wide FPU that natively executes eight 16-bit or four 32-bit operations per clock cycle.[19]
  • Double peak performance per clock cycle compared to previous generation due to fused multiply-add instruction.[19]
  • The entire GPU shares a sampler and an ROP.[19]
Specifications of Intel HD Graphics series[22]
Graphics Launch Market Processor Code name Device id.[3] Core clock (MHz) Execution
units
API support[12] Memory
bandwidth

(GB/s)
DVMT
(MB)
QSV
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL
HD Graphics 2011 Mobile Celeron B7x0
Celeron 8x7
Celeron B8xx
Pentium B9x0
Pentium 9x7
Sandy Bridge 010A 350–1150 6
(GT1)
10.1
FL10_1
3.1Windows
3.3macOS[23]
3.3Linux
ES 3.0Linux
No 21.3 1720 No
Desktop Celeron G4x0
Celeron G5x0
Celeron G530T
Pentium G6xx
Pentium G6x0T
Pentium G8x0
650–1100
HD Graphics 2000 Desktop Core i3-2102
Core i3-21x0
Core i3-21x0T
Core i5-2xx0
Core i5-2x00S
Core i5-2xx0T
Core i7-2600
Core i7-2600S
0102 650–1350 Yes
Workstation Xeon E3-1260L
HD Graphics 3000 Mobile Core i3-23x0E
Core i3-23xxM
Core i5-251xE
Core i5-2xxxM
Core i7-2xxxQM
Core i7-271xQE
Core i7-29x0XM
0116
0126
650–1300 12
(GT2)
Desktop Core i3-21x5
Core i5-2405S
Core i5-2500K
Core i7-2x00K
0112
0122
850–1350
HD Graphics P3000 Workstation Xeon E3-12x5 850–1350

Seventh generation[edit]

  • 1 FP32 ALUs : EUs : Subslices
  • Each EU contains 2 × SIMD-4 FPUs and has double peak performance per clock cycle compared to previous generation.
  • Each Subslice contains 6 or 8 (or 10 in Haswell GPUs) EUs and a sampler, and has 64 KiB shared memory.
  • 64-bit floating-point performance is 1/4 of 32-bit floating-point performance.
  • (1.0) means incomplete Vulkan 1.0 support.
Specifications of Intel HD Graphics series[24][25][26][27][28][29][30]
Graphics Launch Market Processor Code name Device ID[3] Core clock
(MHz)
Core config1 API support[12][31] Memory
bandwidth

(GB/s)
DVMT
(MB)
QSV
Direct3D OpenGL[23] OpenCL Vulkan
HD Graphics 2013 Tablet Atom Z3735D
Atom Z3735E
Atom Z3735F
Atom Z3735G
Atom Z3736F
Atom Z3736G
Valleyview
(Bay Trail)
0F30
0F31
0F32
0F33
0155
0157
311-646 32:4:1[32] 11[33] 3.2
ES 2.0/1.1Linux [34]
1.2 (1.0)Linux 10.7 2048 Yes
Atom Z3680 311-667 8.5
Atom Z3740
Atom Z3770
17.1
Atom Z3680D
Atom Z3740D
Atom Z3770D
313-688 10.7
Atom Z3745
Atom Z3775
Atom Z3795
311-778 17.1
Atom Z3745D
Atom Z3775D
311-792 10.7
Atom Z3785 313-833 21.3
Laptop Celeron N2805 313-667 11.2 4.0Windows
4.2Linux
ES 3.0Linux
1.2 8.5
Celeron N2807 313-750 10.7
Celeron N2830
Pentium N3510
21.3
Celeron N2806 313-756 8.5
Celeron N2810
Celeron N2815
Celeron N2820
Celeron N2910
17.1
Celeron N2808 311-792 10.7
Celeron N2840 21.3
Celeron N2920 313-844 17.1
Celeron N2930
Celeron N2940
Pentium N3520
313-854 21.3
Pentium N3530
Pentium N3540
313-896
Embedded Atom E3815 400-400 8.5
Atom E3825 533-533
Atom E3826 533-667 17.1
Atom E3827
Atom E3845
542-792 21.3
Desktop Celeron J1750 688-750
Celeron J1800
Celeron J1850
688-792
Celeron J1900
Pentium J2850
688-854
Pentium J2900 688-896
?? Pentium A1020
HD Graphics 2012 Desktop Celeron 16x0
Celeron 1610T
Pentium 2xx0
Pentium G2xx0T
Ivy Bridge 015A 650–1050 48:6:1[35]
(GT1)
11.1
FL11_0
4.0Windows[36]
4.1macOS
4.2Linux
ES 3.0Linux
1.2[28] (1.0)Linux 25.6 1720 No
Mobile Celeron 10x0M
Celeron 10x7U
Pentium 2117U
Pentium 20x0M
350–1100
HD Graphics 2500[37] Workstation Xeon E3-1265LV2 0152 650–1150 Yes
Desktop Core i3-32x0
Core i3-32x0T
Core i5-3xx0
Core i5-3xx0S
Core i5-3xx0T
HD Graphics 4000[27] Core i3-3225
Core i3-3245
Core i5-3475S
Core i5-3570K
Core i7-3770
Core i7-3770x
0162 128:16:2
(GT2)
Mobile Core i3-3110M 0166 650–1000
Core i3-3120M
Core i5-3210M
650–1100
Core i3-3120ME 650–900
Core i3-3217U
Core i5-3317U
350–1050
Core i3-3217UE 350–900
Core i3-3229Y
Core i5-3339Y
Core i5-3439Y
350–850
Core i5-33x0M 650–1200
Core i5-3337U 350–1100
Core i5-3427U 350–1150
Core i5-3610ME 650–950
Core i7-3520M
Core i7-3xx7U
Core i7-3xxxQM
Core i7-3920XM
350–1300
HD Graphics P4000[38] Workstation Xeon E3-12x5V2 016A 650–1250
HD Graphics[39] 2013 Desktop Pentium G3xxx Haswell 0402
0406
040A
040B
040E

ULT:
0A02
0A06
0A0A
0A0B
0A0E
350–1150 80:10:1[40]
(GT1)
12[41]
FL11_1
4.3Windows[30][42]
4.1macOS
4.5Linux
ES 3.1Linux
1.2 (1.0)Linux 25.6 2048 Yes[43]
Pentium G3xxxT 200–1100
Celeron G18xx 350-1050
Celeron G18xxT 200-1050
Mobile Celeron 2950M
Pentium 3550M
400–1100
Celeron 29xxU
Pentium 35xxU
200–1000
Celeron 29xxY
Pentium 35xxY
200–850
HD Graphics 4200 ULT
Mobile
Core i3-40xxY
Core i5-4xxxY
Core i7-4610Y
0412
0416
041A
041B
041E

ULT:
0A12
0A16
0A1A
0A1B
0A1E
200–850 160:20:2
(GT2)
Yes
HD Graphics 4400 Desktop Core i3-4130
Core i3-4150
Core i3-4160
Core i3-4170
350–1150
Core i3-4130T
Core i3-4150T
Core i3-4160T
Core i3-4170T
200–1150
Mobile Core i3-4005U
Core i3-4025U
200–950
Core i3-4010U
Core i3-4100U
Core i5-4200U
Core i3-4030U
Core i3-4120U
200–1000
Core i5-4300U
Core i7-4500U
Core i7-4600U
200–1100
HD Graphics 4600 Desktop Core i3-4330
Core i3-4340
Core i5-4570
Core i5-4570S
350-1150
Core i3-4330T
Core i5-4570T
200-1150
Core i5-4430
Core i5-4430S
Core i5-4440
Core i5-4440S
350–1100
Core i5-4670
Core i5-4670K
Core i5-4670S
Core i5-4670T
Core i7-4765T
Core i7-4770
Core i7-4770S
Core i7-4770T
Core i7-4771
350–1200
Core i7-4770K 350–1250
Mobile Core i3-4xxxE
Core i5-4402E
400–900
Core i3-4xxxM 400–1100
Core i5-4200M
Core i5-4200H
Core i7-47xxMQ
Core i7-4702HQ
400–1150
Core i5-43xxM 400–1250
Core i5-4400E
Core i7-4700EQ
400–1000
Core i7-4700HQ 400–1200
Core i7-4xxxM
Core i7-4800MQ
Core i7-4900MQ
400–1300
Core i7-4930MX 400–1350
HD Graphics P4600 Workstation Xeon E3-1225 v3
Xeon E3-1226 v3
Xeon E3-1245 v3
Xeon E3-1246 v3
350–1200
Xeon E3-1275 v3
Xeon E3-1276 v3
350–1250
HD Graphics P4700 Workstation Xeon E3-1285L v3
Xeon E3-1286L v3
350–1250
Xeon E3-1285 v3
Xeon E3-1286 v3
350–1300
HD Graphics 5000 ULT
Mobile
Core i5-4250U 0422
0426
042A
042B
042E

ULT:
0A22
0A26
0A2A
0A2B
0A2E
200–1000 320:40:4
(GT3)
Core i5-4350U
Core i7-4550U
Core i7-4650U
200–1100
Iris Graphics 5100 Core i3-4158U
Core i5-4258U
200–1100
Core i5-4288U
Core i7-4558U
200–1200
Iris Pro Graphics 5200 Desktop Core i5-4570R 0D22
0D26
0D2A
0D2B
0D2E
200–1150 320:40:4
+
eDRAM
(GT3e)
Core i5-4670R
Core i7-4770R
200–1300
Mobile Core i7-4750HQ
Core i7-4850HQ
200–1200
Core i7-49xxHQ 200–1300

Eighth generation[edit]

  • 1 FP32 ALUs : EUs : Subslices
  • Each EU contains 2 x SIMD-4 FPUs.
  • Each Subslice contains 8 EUs and a sampler (4 tex/clk[44]), and has 64 KiB shared memory.
  • 64-bit floating-point performance is 1/4 of 32-bit floating-point performance.
  • 16-bit floating-point (or integer) performance is 2x 32-bit floating-point (or integer) performance.
  • Intel Quick Sync Video
  • For Windows 10, the total system memory that is available for graphics use is half the system memory. For Windows 8, it is up to 3840 MB. On Windows 7, it is up to about 1.7 GB through DVMT.
Specifications of Intel HD Graphics series[45][46]
Graphics Launch Market Processor Code name Device ID[3] Clock rate
(MHz)
Core config1 API support[12][31][47] eDRAM
(MiB)
Memory
bandwidth

(GB/s)
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
HD Graphics 2015 Ultramobile Atom x5-Z8300 Cherryview
Braswell

(Gen8LP)
22B0
22B1
22B2
22B3
200-500 96:12:2 11.2 4.4Windows
4.5Linux
ES 3.2Linux
1.2Windows
1.2Linux
1.0Linux - 12.8
Atom x5-Z8500 200-600 25.6
Celeron N3000
Celeron N3050
320-600
Celeron N3150 320-640
Atom x7-Z8700 200-600 128:16:2
Pentium N3700 400-700
HD Graphics 400 2016 Atom x5-Z8350 [48] 200-500 96:12:2
Celeron N3010
Celeron N3060
320-600
Celeron N3160 320-640
Celeron J3060
Celeron J3160
320-700
HD Graphics 405 Pentium N3710 400-700 128:16:2
Pentium J3710 400-740 144:18:2
HD Graphics 2015 Mobile Celeron 3205U
Celeron 3755U
Pentium 3805U
Broadwell
(Gen8)
1606 100–800 96:12:2
(GT1)
12
FL11_1
4.4Windows
4.1macOS
4.5Linux
ES 3.2Linux
2.0Windows
1.2macOS
2.0Linux
1.0Linux - 25.6
Celeron 3215U
Celeron 3765U
Pentium 3825U
300–850
HD Graphics 5300 2014 Ultramobile Core M-5Y10
Core M-5Y10a
161E 100–800 192:24:3
(GT2)
Core M-5Y10c 300–800
Core M-5Y70 100–850
Core M-5Y31 300–850
Core M-5Y51
Core M-5Y71
300–900
HD Graphics 5500 2015 Mobile Core i3-5005U
Core i3-5015U
1616 300–850 184:23:3
(GT2)
Core i3-5010U
Core i3-5020U
300–900
Core i5-5200U
Core i5-5300U
192:24:3
(GT2)
Core i7-5500U
Core i7-5600U
300–950
HD Graphics 5600 Mobile Core i7-5700EQ 1612 300–1000
Core i7-5700HQ 300–1050
HD Graphics P5700 Mobile Xeon E3-1258L v4 ? 700-1000
HD Graphics 6000 Mobile Core i5-5250U 1626 300–950 384:48:6
(GT3)
Core i5-5350U
Core i7-5550U
Core i7-5650U
300–1000
Iris Graphics 6100 Mobile Core i3-5157U 162B 300–1000
Core i5-5257U 300–1050
Core i5-5287U
Core i7-5557U
300–1100
Iris Pro Graphics 6200 Desktop Core i5-5575R 1622 300–1050 128
Core i5-5675C
Core i5-5675R
300–1100
Core i7-5775C
Core i7-5775R
300–1150
Mobile Core i7-5850EQ 300–1000
Core i5-5350H 300–1050
Core i7-5750HQ
Core i7-5850HQ
300–1100
Core i7-5950HQ 300–1150
Iris Pro Graphics P6300 Workstation Xeon E3-1278L v4 162A 800–1000
Xeon E3-1265L v4 300–1050
Xeon E3-1285 v4
Xeon E3-1285L v4
300–1150

Ninth generation[edit]

  • 1 FP32 ALUs : EUs : Subslices
  • Each EU contains 2 x SIMD-4 FPUs.
  • Each Subslice contains 8 EUs (two of which are disabled in GT1) and a sampler (4 tex/clk), and has 64KiB shared memory.
  • 64-bit floating-point performance is 1/4 (1/8 in Apollo Lake) of 32-bit floating-point performance.
  • 16-bit floating-point (or integer) performance is 2x 32-bit floating-point (or integer) performance.
  • Intel Quick Sync Video
  • For Windows 10, the total system memory that is available for graphics use is half the system memory. For Windows 8, it is up to 3840 MB. On Windows 7, it is up to about 1.7 GB through DVMT.
  • WDDM 2.2 support with Windows Mixed reality begins with KabyLake-based GPUs. [49]
Specifications of Intel HD Graphics series[50][51][52][53][54][55][56][57][58]
Graphics Launch Market Processor Code name Device ID Clock rate Core config1 API support[59][12][31] eDRAM
(MiB)
Memory
bandwidth

(GB/s)
Min
(MHz)
Max
(MHz)
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL Vulkan
HD Graphics 500 2016 ?? Atom x5-E3930 Apollo Lake
(Gen9LP)
5A85 400 550 96:12:2 12 4.5Windows
4.5Linux
ES 3.2Linux
2.0Windows
2.0Linux
1.0Windows
1.0Linux
- 68.2
Atom x5-E3940 600
Mobile Celeron N3350 200 650 38.4
Celeron N3450 700
Desktop Celeron J3355 250 700
Celeron J3455 750
HD Graphics 505 ?? Atom x7-E3950 5A84 500 650 144:18:3 76.8
Mobile Pentium N4200 200 750 38.4
Desktop Pentium J4205 250 800
HD Graphics 510 2015 Mobile Celeron 3855U
Celeron 3955U
Skylake
(Gen9)
1906 300 900 96:12:2
(GT1)
12
FL12_1
4.5Windows
4.1macOS
4.5Linux
ES 3.2Linux
2.0Windows
1.2macOS
2.0Linux
1.0Windows
1.0Linux
- 34.1
Pentium 4405U 950
Desktop Celeron G3900TE
Celeron G3900E
Celeron G3900T
Celeron G3900
Celeron G3902E
Celeron G3920
Pentium G4400TE
Pentium G4400T
Core i5-6402P
1902 350
Pentium G4400 1000
Core i3-6098P 1050
HD Graphics 515 Mobile Pentium 4405Y 191E 300 800 192:24:3
(GT2)
29.8
Core m3-6Y30 850
Core m5-6Y54
Core m5-6Y57
900
Core m7-6Y75 1000
HD Graphics 520 Mobile Core i3-6006U 1916 900 34.1
Core i3-6100U
Core i5-6200U
Core i5-6300U
1000
Core i7-6500U
Core i7-6600U
1050
HD Graphics 530 Mobile Core i3-6100H 191B 350 900
Core i3-6100E
Core i3-6102E
Core i5-6300HQ
Core i5-6440HQ
950
Core i5-6440EQ
Core i5-6442EQ
Core i7-6820EQ
Core i7-6822EQ
1000
Core i7-6700HQ
Core i7-6820HK
Core i7-6820HQ
Core i7-6920HQ
1050
Desktop Pentium G4500T
Core i3-6100T
Core i3-6300T
Core i5-6400T
Core i5-6400
1912 950
Core i3-6100TE
Core i5-6500TE
Core i7-6700TE
Core i7-6700T
1000
Pentium G4500
Pentium G4520
Core i3-6100
Core i5-6500
1050
Core i5-6500T
Core i5-6600T
Core i7-6700
1100
Core i3-6300
Core i3-6320
Core i5-6600
Core i5-6600K
Core i7-6700K
1150
HD Graphics P530 Workstation Xeon E3-1268L v5 191D 1000
Mobile
Workstation
Xeon E3-1505L v5
Xeon E3-1505M v5
Xeon E3-1535M v5
1050
Workstation Xeon E3-1225 v5 400 1150
Xeon E3-1235L v5 ?
Xeon E3-1245 v5
Xeon E3-1275 v5
1150
Iris Graphics 540 Mobile Core i5-6260U 1926 300 950 384:48:6
(GT3)
64
Core i5-6360U 1000
Core i7-6560U
Core i7-6650U
Core i7-6660U
1050
Iris Graphics 550 Mobile Core i3-6157U
Core i3-6167U
1927 1000
Core i5-6267U 1050
Core i5-6287U
Core i7-6567U
1100
Iris Pro Graphics P555 2016 Workstation Xeon E3-1558L v5 192D 650 1000 128
Iris Pro Graphics 580 Mobile Core i5-6350HQ 193B 350 900 576:72:9
(GT4)
Core i7-6770HQ 950
Core i7-6870HQ 1000
Core i7-6970HQ 1050
Desktop Core i5-6585R 1100
Core i5-6685R
Core i7-6785R
1150
Iris Pro Graphics P580 Workstation Xeon E3-1578L v5 193D 700 1000
Mobile
Workstation
Xeon E3-1515M v5 350
Xeon E3-1545M v5 1050
Xeon E3-1575M v5 1100
Server Xeon E3-1565L v5 193A 1050
Xeon E3-1585L v5
Xeon E3-1585 v5
1150
UHD Graphics 600 2017 Mobile Celeron N4000 Gemini Lake
(Gen9LP)
0x3185 200 650 96:12:2 12 4.5Windows
4.5Linux
ES 3.2Linux
2.0Windows
2.0Linux
1.0Windows
1.0Linux
- 38.4
Celeron N4100 700
Desktop Celeron J4005 250 700
Celeron J4105 750
UHD Graphics 605 Mobile Pentium Silver N5000 0x3184 200 750 144:18:3 38.4
Desktop Pentium Silver J5005 250 800
HD Graphics 610 2017 Mobile Celeron 3865U
Celeron 3965U
Kaby Lake
(Gen9p5)
5906 300 900 96:12:2
(GT1)
12
FL12_1
4.5Windows
4.1macOS
4.5Linux
ES 3.2Linux
2.1Windows
1.2macOS
2.0Linux
1.0Windows
1.0Linux
- 34.1
Pentium 4415U 950
Desktop Celeron G3930TE 5902 350 950
Celeron G3930E
Celeron G3930T
1000
Celeron G3930
Celeron G3950
1050
Pentium G4560T
Pentium G4560
38.4
Core i3-7101TE
Core i3-7101E
1100
HD Graphics 615 Mobile Celeron 3965Y
Pentium 4410Y
Pentium 4415Y
591E 300 850 192:24:3
(GT2)
29.8
Core m3-7Y30
Core m3-7Y32
900
Core i5-7Y54
Core i5-7Y57
950
Core i7-7Y75 1050
HD Graphics 620 Core i3-7100U
Core i3-7130U
Core i5-7200U
5916 1000 34.1
Core i7-7500U 1050
Core i5-7300U 1100
Core i7-7600U 1150
UHD Graphics 620 Core i5-8250U
Core i5-8350U
5917 1100 38.4
Core i7-8550U
Core i7-8650U
1150
HD Graphics 630 Desktop Core i5-7400T
Core i5-7400
5912 350 1000 38.4
Pentium G4600T 1050
Pentium G4600
Pentium G4620
Core i3-7100T
Core i3-7100
Core i3-7300T
Core i5-7500T
Core i5-7500
Core i5-7600T
1100
Core i3-7300
Core i3-7320
Core i3-7350K
Core i5-7600
Core i5-7600K
Core i7-7700T
Core i7-7700
Core i7-7700K
1150
Mobile Core i3-7100E
Core i3-7100H
Core i3-7102E
591B 950
Core i5-7300HQ
Core i5-7440EQ
Core i5-7440HQ
Core i5-7442EQ
Core i7-7820EQ
1000
Core i7-7700HQ
Core i7-7820HK
Core i7-7820HQ
Core i7-7920HQ
1100
HD Graphics P630 Mobile
Workstation
Xeon E3-1501L v6
Xeon E3-1501M v6
Xeon E3-1505L v6
591D 1000
Xeon E3-1505M v6
Xeon E3-1535M v6
1100
Workstation Xeon E3-1225 v6
Xeon E3-1245 v6
Xeon E3-1275 v6
1150
Iris Plus Graphics 640 Mobile Core i5-7260U 5926 300 950 384:48:6
(GT3)
64 34.1
Core i5-7360U 1000
Core i7-7560U 1050
Core i7-7660U 1100
Iris Plus Graphics 650 Core i3-7167U 5927 1000
Core i5-7267U 1050
Core i5-7287U 1100
Core i7-7567U 1150
UHD Graphics 630 2017 Desktop Core i3-8100 Coffee Lake 3E91 350 1100 184:23:3
(GT2)
38.4
Core i3-8350K 1150
Core i5-8400 3E92 1050 192:24:3
(GT2)
42.7
Core i5-8600K 1150
Core i7-8700
Core i7-8700K
1200

PowerVR based[edit]

Specifications of Intel PowerVR-based series[6][7][8][13][14][16][17][18][60][61][62][63][64][65][66][29][67][68][69][70][71][72][73][74][75][76][77][78][79][80][81][82][83][84]
Graphics Launch PowerVR core Market Chipset Code name Device id. Core render
clock (MHz)
Pixel
pipelines
Shader model
(vertex/pixel)
API support Memory bandwidth
(GB/s)
DVMT
(MB)
Hardware acceleration
Direct3D OpenGL OpenCL MPEG-2 VC-1 AVC
GMA 500 2008 SGX535 CE CE3100 Canmore 2E5B ? 2[85] 3.0 9.0c 2.0 4.2 256 Full Full Full
2009 Atom CE4100 Sodaville
Atom CE4110 200
Atom CE4130
Atom CE4150 400
Atom CE4170
2010 Atom CE4200 Groveland ?
2008 MID UL11L Poulsbo (Menlow) 8108
8109
100
US15L 200
US15W
GMA 600 2010 MID Atom Z6xx Lincroft (Moorestown) 4102 400[86] 2 3.0 9.0c 2.0 6.4 759 Full Full Full
GMA 2012 SGX540 Smartphone Atom Z2460 Penwell (Medfield) ? 400[87] 4 ES 2.0 6.4 1024 Full Full Full
GMA 3600 2011 SGX545 Nettop
Netbook
Atom D2500
Atom N2600
Cedarview (Cedar Trail) 0BE0
0BE1
0BE2
0BE3
400[88] 4 3.0 9.0c 3.0 8.5
6.4
1024[89] Full Full Full
GMA 3650 Atom D2700
Atom N2800
640[88] 8.5
GMA 2012 Tablet Atom Z2760 Cloverview (Clover Trail) 08C7
08C8
08C9
08CA
08CB
08CC
08CD
08CE
08CF
533 4 3.0 9.0c 2.0 6.4 2048 Full Full Full

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

Acronyms
The following acronyms are used throughout the article.
Full hardware acceleration techniques
Intel graphic processing units employ the following techniques in hardware acceleration of digital video playback.
Codec used to encode the video Technique employed
MPEG-2 Part 2 VLD, iDCT, and MC
VC-1 VLD, iMDCT, MC, and LF
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC VLD, iMDCT, MC, and LF
Calculation
The raw performance of integrated GPU, in single-precision FLOPS, can be calculated as follows:
  • Fourth generation (GMA 3, 4) - EU * 2 * 2 [multiply + accumulate] * clock speed
  • Fifth generation (HD Graphics) - EU * 2 * 2 [multiply + accumulate] * clock speed
  • Sixth generation (HD Graphics 2000, 3000) - EU * 4 [dual-issue x 2 SP] * 2 [multiply + accumulate] * clock speed
  • Seventh generation (HD Graphics 2500, 4000 ~ 5200) - EUs * 8 [2 x SIMD-4 FPU] * 2 [MUL + ADD] * clock speed
  • Eighth generation (HD Graphics 5300 ~ 6300) - EUs * 8 [2 x SIMD-4 FPU] * 2 [MUL + ADD] * clock speed
  • Ninth generation (HD Graphics 5xx) - EUs * 8 [2 x SIMD-4 FPU] * 2 [MUL + ADD] * clock speed

Double-precision FLOPS:

  • Seventh generation (HD Graphics 2500, 4000 ~ 5200) - EUs * 4 [SIMD-4 FPU] * 2 [MUL + ADD] * clock speed / 2
  • Eighth generation (HD Graphics 5300 ~ 6300) - EUs * 4 [SIMD-4 FPU] * 2 [MUL + ADD] * clock speed / 2
  • Ninth generation (HD Graphics 5xx) - EUs * 4 [SIMD-4 FPU] * 2 [MUL + ADD] * clock speed / 2
For example, the HD Graphics 3000 is rated at 125 GFLOPS,[90] which is consistent with the formula (12 * 4 * 2 * 1,300 MHz).

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