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  • Brand: Intel
  • GPU Name: Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • Architecture: Kaby Lake-R (Gen. 9.5)
  • Pipelines, Cores, Shaders: 24
  • Graphics Base clock: 300 MHzGraphics Boost Clock: 1 GHz – 1.15 GHz 
  • TDP: 15
  • Transistor Size: 14Nm Memory Types: DDR3/DDR4 (Shared system memory)
  • Maximum RAM amount: 32 GB
  • Memory bus width: 64/128 Bit
  • Interface: PCIe 3.0 x1
  • API Support:
    • DirectX 12_1
    • 6.4 Shader Model
    • 4.6 OpenGL
    • 2.1 OpenCL
    • 1.1.103 Vulkan
  • Graphics Output: eDP/DP/HDMI/DVI

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Last updated on August 30, 2021 4:23 pm

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Integrated GPU Review: Intel UHD Graphics 620 

Intel UHD Graphics 620

Intel UHD Graphics 620

The Intel UHD Graphics 620 is an integrated is based on Gen. 9.5 architecture based on a 14 nm manufacturing process. It can support 4K at 60Hz with a peak resolution support of 4096×2304 pixels and it can support up to a maximum of three displays with this graphics processor. When it comes the day to day tasks it is very capable of handling most of them however when it comes to much heavier workloads such a 3D rendering the UHD graphics 620 is not a good solution.

Gaming and Real-World Performance/Benchmarks:

The performance of Intel UHD Graphics 620 depends on a number of factors such as L3 cache size, ram configuration, boost clock speed, and core count of the CPU. The real performance of the UHD graphics is similar to that of the HD Graphics while in the case of synthetic benchmarks it is almost 20 percent faster and when compared with Nvidia’s Mx130 it is almost 40 percent slower in synthetic benchmarks and when it comes to gaming the UHD graphics 620 is about 50 percent slower when compared to Nvidia Mx130. The video engine of the UHD 620 supports the following:

  •  H.265/HEVC Main10 profile in hardware with 10-bit colors.
  • Googles VP9 codec (Hardware Decoded)
  • HDCP 2.2 for 4K Netflix ( Not available on models shipped before may of 2017)
  • 4k Support @60Hz

Photo editing: Image editing applications such as photoshop can run with integrated graphics and any workflow that can utilize GPU acceleration will be at least twice as fast. So, if you are editing on a system with a 1080p display and you are not working with large files the UHD graphics should work smoothly. However, if have a 4k display or you are working with large files you will experience some lag. Video editing: It will work as when it comes to video editing CPU is far more important than GPU. However, when it comes to rendering those videos it will take a really long time and you will have a poor and frustrating experience in some cases.

Gaming Performance/Benchmarks 

The Intel UHD should be able to handle most modern games that are not very graphic demanding such as League of Legends, Dota 2, Minecraft, CS: GO, GTA 5, and Fortnite.

Fortnite

Can you play fortnite with Intel UHD Graphics 620

  • Low ( 720p): 42 FPS
  • Mid ( 1080p): 10 FPS
  • High ( 1080p): 9 FPS
  • Ultra (1080p): 5 FPS
  • QHD (1440p): 3 FPS

PUBG ( PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds)

Can you play Pubg with Intel UHD Graphics 620

  • Low( 720p): 26 FPS
  • Mid ( 1080p): 14 FPS
  • Ultra (1080p): 11 FPS

GTA V

GTA 5

  • Low (768p): 40 FPS
  • Mid (768p): 32 FPS
  • High (1080p): 4 FPS
  • Ultra (1080p): 3 FPS
  • QHD (1440p): 1 FPS

CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive)

CS GO

  • Low (768p): 115 FPS
  • Mid (768p): 93 FPS
  • High (768p): 70 FPS
  • Ultra (1080p): 39 FPS
  • QHD (1440p): 28 FPS
  • 4k (2160): 10 FPS

League of Legends 

league-of-legends

  • Low (720p): 94 FPS
  • Mid (1080p): 75 FPS
  • High (1080p): 59 FPS
  • Ultra (1080p): 52 FPS
  • QHD (1440p): 48 FPS
  • 4k (2160): 20 FPS

Overwatch

Overwatch

  • Low (768p): 39 FPS
  • Mid (1080p): 26 FPS
  • High (1080p): 15 FPS
  • Ultra (1080p): 8 FPS
  • 4k (2160p): 4 FPS

Apex Legends

Apex Legends

  • Low (768p): 17 FPS
  • Mid (1080p): 4 FPS
  • High (1080p): 2 FPS

Benchmarks: Intel UHD Graphics 620

Overall Score

Overall Score
4

3DMark Time Spy Score

3DMark Time Spy Score
435

Passmark

Passmark
1030

3DMark 11 Performance GPU

3DMark 11 Performance GPU
1746

3DMark Fire Strike Graphics

3DMark Fire Strike Graphics
1164

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