The chart below displays which Intel® Pentium® desktop processors contain Intel® processor graphics within the processor package, along with version information. If you click on the processor number link below, it will take you to the processor specifications.
If you can't find what you are looking for on this page, this article may be useful: Frequently asked questions on Intel® HD Graphics.
If the Graphics Frequency column shows two speeds, this indicates that this processor supports the Dynamic Frequency feature. This means it can operate at either of these speeds and the processor graphics will dynamically switch as determined by graphic workload demands, power, and thermal headroom.
To locate the correct graphics drivers, Intel® recommends that you contact your motherboard or system manufacturer. If that is not a viable option, then use the Intel® Graphics Driver Update Utility.
If you click on the Compatible Intel® Desktop Boards link, it will take you to the Intel® Processors and Intel® Board Compatibility Tool and show you compatible Intel® Desktop Boards. The note below refers to this tool.
- If a graphic card icon is displayed next to the board, that desktop board does not have an integrated graphics port and will require an add-in discrete graphics card in order to enable video.
- If there is an N/A in the Compatible Intel® Desktop Boards field, that means that this processor is an OEM or tray processor and was not tested by the Intel Desktop Boards validation team.
This applies to: