Do All CPUs Have Integrated Graphics Card? [Full iGPU List]

Written By Farhan Max

At the beginning of the last decade, CPU manufacturers began to develop better-integrated graphics solutions. But, the starting didn’t go as expected by consumers.

Over the years, Intel and AMD both have improved in the iGPU sector, and demands are growing significantly as people are getting free integrated

However, finding a good CPU with integrated graphics can be difficult. But you don’t need to worry, because here, I will describe iGPU and provide a list of integrated graphics.

So, let’s begin.

What is an Integrated Graphics Card?

The integrated graphics card is a Graphics Processing Unit built into the processor. The integrated GPU or iGPU is made onto the same die as the CPU and doesn’t use a separate memory bank for graphics or video. Instead, it utilizes the shared memory with the CPU to execute tasks.

Integrated graphics cards have been there for ages. But we’ve first seen it in the Intel processors in 2010, and AMD followed the tradition in 2011.

Intel refers to the integrated graphics as Intel Graphics Technology and AMD describes it as APU or Accelerated Processing Unit.

The iGPUs had a pretty bad reputation in terms of performance, but they have improved a lot over the past decades. It’s very power efficient, emits less heat, and is beneficial in executing simple tasks, and sometimes playing games.

Due to its efficiency and low pricing, the demand for integrated graphics in CPUs is increasing day by day.

However, not every CPU in the market contains integrated graphics cards. Consider reading the following passage to learn about the CPUs equipped with iGPU.

Do All CPUs Have an Integrated GPU?

No, not every Intel and AMD CPU have an integrated GPU built into them. Excluding the F and KF series, the K, KS, T, E, H, HK, and the normal Intel series have integrated GPUs. On the other hand, the AMD G, GE, U, H, HS, and HX series contain the iGPU in their processor.

There are various names and models of the iGPU and they differ in architecture, generation, and performance.

Intel uses HD Graphics, UHD Graphics, and Iris Graphics in their processor. While AMD uses Radeon Graphics with their CPUs.

Aside from the F and KF series, most Intel processors use iGPU with their processors. I’ve provided a list of Intel processors with integrated GPUs below.

Here is a list of Intel CPUs with integrated graphics:

Model NameIntegrated GPUExecution UnitsBoost Clock
Intel Core i9-13900KIntel UHD Graphics 770321450MHz
Intel Core i9-12900KIntel UHD Graphics 770321450MHz
Intel Core i9-12900KSIntel UHD Graphics 770321450MHz
Intel Core i5-12600HIntel Iris Xe Graphics801400MHz
Intel Core i5-11600TIntel UHD Graphics 750321300MHz
Intel Core i5-11400TIntel UHD Graphics 730241200MHz
Intel Celeron G6900Intel UHD Graphics 710161300MHz
Intel Core i9-9900KSIntel UHD Graphics 630241000MHz
Intel Core i5-8500Intel UHD Graphics 630241000MHz
Intel Core i9-11980HKIntel UHD Graphics for 11th Gen Intel Processors321450MHz
Intel Pentium Silver N6005Intel UHD Graphics32900MHz
Intel Core i7-6700KIntel HD Graphics 53024950MHz
Intel Core i3-7101EIntel HD Graphics 630241000MHz

Now coming to the AMD processors, only a handful of desktop AMD processors have integrated graphics cards. However, most AMD-powered laptops come with an iGPU.

Although, with the introduction of Zen4, AMD has provided integrated graphics in most of their 7000 series.

Check the tables below to see the list of AMD processors with integrated graphics:

AMD ProcessorIntegrated GPUGPU CoresGPU Clock Speed
Ryzen 9 7950XAMD Radeon Graphics22200 MHz
Ryzen 9 7900XAMD Radeon Graphics22200 MHz
Ryzen 9 7900AMD Radeon Graphics22200 MHz
Ryzen 7 7700XAMD Radeon Graphics22200 MHz
Ryzen 7 7700AMD Radeon Graphics22200 MHz
Ryzen 5 7600XAMD Radeon Graphics22200 MHz
Ryzen 7 5700GRX Vega 882000MHz
Ryzen 7 5700GERX Vega 882000MHz
Ryzen 5 5600GRX Vega 771900MHz
Ryzen 3 5300GRX Vega 661700MHz
Ryzen 7 4700GRX Vega 882100MHz
Ryzen 3 4300GRX Vega 661700MHz
Ryzen 5 3400GRX Vega 11111400MHz
Ryzen 5 2400GERX Vega 11111250MHz
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HXRadeon 680M122400MHz
AMD Ryzen 9 6980HSRadeon 680M122400MHz
AMD Ryzen 7 6800HRadeon 680M122200MHz
AMD Ryzen 5 6600URadeon 660M61900MHz
AMD Ryzen 7 5800URX Vega 882000MHz
Ryzen 3 3250URX Vega 331200MHz
Ryzen 3 2200URX Vega 331100MHz

The base clock and boost clock in the GPU works similarly to the CPU base and boost core frequency. The higher the core and frequency, the better the performance.

The above table of Intel and AMD CPUs will help you to choose a processor with an integrated GPU.

If you want to know about the performance of the integrated graphics cards in contrast to the external GPU, consider reading the following passage.

Is the Integrated Graphics Card Good?

Compared with the dedicated graphics card, the integrated GPU can’t provide the required performance to play the latest AAA games. They fall behind in power and performance but can help you a little or give an advantage in video playback, simple tasks, and low-requirement games.

The integrated graphics may not give you a huge performance boost in rendering and playing games, but still, it’s better than nothing.

Integrated GPU can accelerate the video editing timeline and give a smooth video editing experience. Also, in certain games, it can provide good FPS and perform relatively better than an older dedicated graphics card.

We’ve tested some of the most popular processors with integrated graphics, and surprisingly they’ve put a better show in most games than the GT 1030 graphics card.

To test the gaming performance we’ve picked the Intel Iris Xe, UHD 770, UHD 750, UHD 630, AMD Radeon Vega 7 & Vega 8 powered processors, and competed them with the GT 1030.

However, the integrated GPU doesn’t have a dedicated VRAM. As a result, it shares the memory from the computer’s random memory. So, if you don’t use the best ram for your computer, the performance will differ a lot.

Take a glance at the benchmark below to see the performance of an integrated GPU with a dedicated graphics card.igpu-vs-dedicated-gpu-cs-go

The AMD Ryzen processors with Vega 8 and Vega 7 have scored a staggering 115+ FPS in CS:Go. For an integrated GPU, this performance is fantastic.

It has also beat the GT 1030 graphics card and Intel UHD Graphics 770 and Iris Xe. If you are looking forward to playing CS:GO, the AMD processors will definitely give you an advantage.

Additionally, using good RAMs will improve the performance by a mile. Check out some of the best RAM for your Ryzen 5000 series to improve the gaming experience.igpu-vs-dedicated-gpu-rinbow-six-siege

Similarly to the competitive CS:GO game, the Ryzen 7 5700G has provided a very good FPS in Rainbow 6 Siege in very high settings with the RX Vega 8.

This time, the latest Intel Iris Xe integrated GPU has taken a lead over the GT 1030 in terms of performance. But, if you want a better performance at the highest settings, you’ll need a good graphics card for your computer.igpu-vs-dedicated-fortnite

Fortnite is very popular among gamers, and Ryzen 7 5700G has kept its expectation with the integrated RX Vega 8 GPU. Both the R7 5700G and R5 5600G have shown better performance than the GT 1030.

However, the Intel Graphics 770 and 630 stay far behind the AMD APUs with about half the performance.

The AMD Ryzen 7 5700G and Ryzen 5 5600G is one of the most powerful CPUs with integrated graphics and are popular in the computer market.

If you want to buy a CPU with satisfying iGPU performance and don’t have the desire to use a dedicated GPU, the Ryzen CPUs will be the best bet for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I check if my processor has integrated graphics?

To check the integrated graphics, go to Device Manager > Expand Display adapter and find the integrated graphics.

Which Intel CPUs don’t have integrated graphics?

The Intel processors with the letter F and KF at the end of the name don’t have an integrated graphics card.

Are there CPUs without integrated graphics?

Yes, there are lots of Intel and AMD CPUs without integrated graphics, and most of them are desktop processors.


The integrated graphics aren’t superior to the dedicated GPU. It has limitations in the memory and cooling category.

Although the iGPU is improving every year with the better CPU chipset, and providing support to the consumer and light gamers without a dedicated GPU.

This article has provided information about the iGPU and gave the list of CPUs with integrated GPU, and if you find this article helpful, don’t forget to share it in the comment box below.


About The Author
Farhan Max is a tech geek with a particular interest in computer hardware. He's been fascinated by gaming since childhood and is now completing his undergraduate studies while researching and testing the latest tech innovations. Alongside his love for all things geeky, Farhan is also a skilled photographer.

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