How to Find Which Integrated Intel® Graphics My Processor Supports


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There are three options to get the name of the integrated Intel® graphics in your Intel® Processor.

This information applies to all Intel® processors such as Intel® Core™, Intel® Xeon®, Intel® Pentium®, Intel® Celeron®, and Intel Atom® processors.

Option One: Use the Device Manager in Windows* 

If your system is up and running then follow the steps below:

  1. Press on the Windows key Windows key on your keyboard and start typing Device Manager. Choose Device Manager.
  2. Under Device Manager, expand Display adapters.   
  3. The name of the Intel integrated graphics will be listed.  

    Intel integrated graphics will be listed

Option Two: Use the Intel® Processor Identification Utility

  1. Install the Intel® Identification Utility from the download center.
  2. Launch the Intel® Identification Utility. The Intel graphics name and version will be listed on the top left underneath the processor name. It will also be listed under the CPUDATA tab on the bottom-right corner of the utility.

See the example below.

Intel Processor Identification Utlity

Note If you have the integrated Intel® graphics disabled in your system or your processor does not have integrated Intel graphics, the Intel identification will display Add In Graphics.

Option Three: Product Specification Page (ARK)

  1. Note the Intel® Processor that you need to look up or identify your Intel® Processor.
  2. Go to the product specification page (ARK).
  3. Enter the number of the Intel® Processor on the search box located in the top-right corner and click the search icon.
  4. Go to the Processor Graphics section and look up the Intel Graphics name. If a Processor Graphics section is not listed, your processor does not have integrated Intel graphics.

See the example below.

Product Specification Page