Friday, 26 September 2014

New Intel HD Graphics, Iris, Iris Pro Drivers Benchmarked

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Intel’s have come with exciting integrated graphics even before which were much deserved one. But with its recent release for the Intel HD, Iris, Iris Pro, it made the all time biggest jump in the history of integrated graphics chips so far. Now-a-days lots of people spend much of their time playing games on laptop and PCs paved the way for Intel to come out with such an amazing integrated graphic plan. This effort will definitely give a turbo boost to climb the top of the peak.

What’s new with this one?

Well, there are many integrated graphic chips that make the performance of a game more exciting and an attractive one. Then in what ways is this new version a unique one that can attract the eyes of every user? This might be the queries that everyone might get resolved too. So let’s go through its unique features that make it an Iris benchmark rather than others.

When compared to Intel’s current HD 3000 and HD 4000 that comes with Ivy bridged cores, Iris graphics claims to provide 2 times improved 3D performance. So ultra books are going to be the best snuffs for gaming grabbing up all the games that use to crawl, which are not work at all in your PCs.

Iris Graphics will come into 2 variants, Iris Graphics 5100 that will be wrapped on an Iris 4th Gen Core i7-4000U series and Iris Pro Graphics 5200 on H and R series chips. These will be integrated in all variants of laptops and all in one desktop also. Besides, providing 2 x improvements on 3D performance, it will even boost up the processing power three times in all in ones with R series chips.
Open CL, DX11.1, Open Gl4.1, three screen collage display and 4k Ultra HD display resolution are some of the things that comes in support with it.

This Iris Graphics can be tested to see whether the claims made by the company about the improvement with which it comes is trustable or not by downloading new drivers and installing them on laptops that run on a 4th Gen Core i7-4500U processor.

So this might be a boost in the field of graphic performance. The boost might not result to a big one but a considerable one.

Conclusion: 

Intel has always been trying to get a graphic gain in their each release which can be observed from the years ago releases like first Intel’s core 2 Duos was wrapped with Sandy bridge and then it moved to Ivy Bridge that brought a great boost to graphics and now it has made an extreme jump creating a huge generational gain ever by the release of Iris integrated graphics.

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