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The best games you can play on Intel integrated graphics

Although a dedicated graphics card is considered by many to be a must-have for PC gaming, it is not as important as it once was. Sure, you need it to play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt at ultra graphics settings, but if you don’t mind losing a little bit of visual quality and delving into the many great indie games out there, there are tons of great games you can play using your onboard graphics.

This guide is for those who find themselves without a dedicated graphics card. This is our list of the best games you can play on Intel integrated graphics. It’s important to note before we start that some of these games are not designed to be run using onboard graphics. They can all be played at decent frame rates, but you will have to sacrifice visual quality to do so. You may also need to make manual adjustments to graphics settings before you can start to play properly. For tips on that, Intel has its own guide.

Best games for onboard graphics


As pretty as it is, Overwatch‘s brand of MOBA-inspired first-person shooter combat is a very inclusive game when it comes to its requirements. Although you want to make sure that you have at least 4GB of RAM, graphically an Intel HD 4400 is enough to meet the official minimum specifications. That is not going to get you much beyond the lowest graphical settings, but it is playable.

There are videos around of people making Overwatch work on even weaker hardware, though that tends to require big sacrifices in terms of resolution. This will likely stop happening when Overwatch 2 finally arrives.

Giving Overwatch a go for the first time? Here’s our beginner’s guide to Overwatch.

Buy at Blizzard


Blizzard is often quite considerate of gamers with entry-level hardware and like Overwatch, Hearthstone is no exception. As a collectible card game, Hearthstone is a much less frantic experience, so its specifications are lower than that of its popular FPS cousin. Although the official specifications don’t mention Intel HD graphics, there is a ton of evidence of people being able to run the game on a variety of integrated Intel graphics chips. In some cases, you might even be able to opt for medium-detail levels.

Buy at Blizzard

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is the biggest breakout hit of 2017, being hailed by many as the pinnacle of “battle royale” gameplay. It would never have reached such heights if gamers with weaker systems couldn’t actually play it. While the minimum system requirements do suggest having at least a low-level graphics card, some have managed to make it work without that and if you’re willing to put up with sapped colors and a blocky resolution, Battlegrounds is perfectly playable on a variety of Intel HD graphics chips. Take a look at our PUBG beginner’s guide to get started off right.

Buy on Steam

Grand Theft Auto V

The Grand Theft Auto series of anarchy simulators is one of the most popular franchises in gaming history. Its most recent entry, GTA V, is often held up as an example of beautiful world building and it looks just as good today as it did following its 2013 release. That doesn’t mean you can’t play it on integrated graphics though. You might need to sacrifice detail levels and frame rate smoothness, depending on your preferences, but there are plenty of people who have made this game work without a graphics card.

There are even GTA V mods that can help you run the game on ultra-low-end hardware if you need to.

Buy on Steam

League of Legends

Arguably the most popular competitive PC game in the world and poster child for the MOBA’s dominance of online gaming, League of Legends is easy to get running on a variety of hardware. You want to make sure you’re hitting a good frame rate, as low frames per second can give you a disadvantage in online play, but that’s not hard to do, even with older Intel HD graphics.

Riot Games is continually tweaking its game’s visuals to make sure that it looks good, while still supporting lower-end and older hardware. Its minimum specifications barely even hint at the need for a graphics card.

League of Legends

Dota 2

The other big MOBA name in the game, Dota 2 is a little more taxing on a system than League of Legends, but it’s still playable on entry-level hardware. You may need to make some tweaks to the settings and sacrifice some visual clarity to get it running smoothly, but there’s no reason to think you can’t be competitive online, even if using integrated graphics.

Buy on Steam

Portal series

As one of the most beloved franchises in gaming history, the two Portal games are considered classics by almost anyone who has played them. As well as being cutesy, surprisingly dark action puzzlers, they are also very easy to get running on all sorts of hardware. As older games than some of the others on this list, that is perhaps not too surprising, but it doesn’t take away from both Portal and its sequel’s well-deserved inclusion on this list.

Buy on Steam

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, otherwise known as CS:GO is one of the most enduring titles on Steam. Built upon the strong foundations of its predecessors, CS:GO offers the same great gameplay today as it always has and that’s irrespective of the hardware you’re running it on. Although it’s not quite as well optimized for lower-end systems like some of the other games on this list, with a few tweaks, you can get it working nicely on Intel HD graphics of various strengths.

Buy on Steam

Mount and Blade: Warband

The Mount and Blade series has never been known for its graphics, but what it lacks in visual beauty it more than makes up for in gameplay. Warband offers enormous, open-ended single-player campaigns as both a ruler and soldier in a combination of action and management. The fact that it isn’t that pretty lends itself well to being played on older systems, though the heftier your CPU is, the more soldiers you will be able to have in your battles.

Buy on Steam

Rocket League

Combining soccer with rocket cars might not seem like a combination that would work, but when Rocket League debuted in 2015 it quickly became the breakout hit of the summer. It’s maintained a solid fan base ever since and the skill ceiling just keeps on rising with it. Playing Rocket League doesn’t need a powerful PC at all and as long as you’re willing to forego a few of the fancier particle and lighting effects, you can play Rocket League using integrated graphics without difficulty. Rocket League is cross-platform, making it one of the best games to play with friends online right now.

Buy on Steam

Left 4 Dead 2

Left 4 Dead gave gamers the zombie apocalypse they wanted well before the genre became oversaturated. As good as the original Left 4 Dead was though, its sequel contains all of the first game’s campaigns and features, with plentiful additions of its own.

Left 4 Dead 2 is as fun today as it was when it was first released in 2009, and it plays well on integrated graphics. You will have to run it at reasonably low settings, but the game still looks good for its age, even with a few jagged edges.

Buy on Steam

Half-Life series

Half-Life and its sequel are some of the most well-remembered first-person shooters ever made — the fact that Half-Life 3 is still missed, tells you just how much. They are solid games and although a little dated in some mechanics, they still make for great single-player and multiplayer experiences. Better yet, due to their age, you can play them on most modern Intel integrated graphics chips at full, or near-full settings.

They might not be quite the visual feasts that they were when first released, but Half-Life and Half-Life 2 are still fantastic games and being able to play through them without a graphics card is a real treat.

Buy on Steam


Firewatch is as much an experience as it is a game. Some might call it a “walking simulator”, but everyone knows it as a fantastic looking game. While it might not look quite as good as it can on Intel graphics chips, stylized visuals still suck you into its relaxing atmosphere, even at lower settings.

Buy on Steam

Divinity Original Sin

Divinity Original Sin is a real Kickstarter success story. Beyond its financial success though, it is also a really solid, old-school RPG with great characters, deep and varied combat and a beautiful world to explore. You do lose some of that when playing with Intel integrated graphics, but not enough to negatively impact the experience.

Buy on Steam

Don’t Starve

An extremely quirky survival title with a Burtonesque art style and feel, Don’t Starve is a brilliant game to play either by yourself or using the standalone multiplayer expansion, Don’t Starve Together. It’s not remotely demanding on your system, so should be playable even with older integrated graphics chips.

Its cartoonish graphics mean you don’t even lose too much visual detail when running it at lower settings.

Buy on Steam

FTL: Faster Than Light

A tough roguelike with resource management, real-time strategy, and branching, randomized quest events, FTL: Faster Than Light is a brilliant indie game that is far from taxing to run. You will be able to run it on all sorts of integrated graphics chips with no trouble at all, though higher resolutions might benefit from a slightly faster chip.

Buy on Steam

Kingdom: New Lands

Kingdom: New Lands is a deceptively simple game that can suck up hours of your life if you let it. Its pixelated graphics look good on powerful and older hardware alike and all you need is a graphics chip with DirectX 9.0c support to run it. If your processor is a little on the weak side, you may encounter some slowdown in the later stages of the game, but most of the gameplay will be buttery and pixel-smooth, even on integrated graphics.

Buy on Steam

Five Nights At Freddy’s series

For a simple premise, the Five Nights at Freddy’s series of games are surprisingly spooky and full of jump scares for those who love a good fright. Since they aren’t particularly visually intensive, they play perfectly well with onboard graphics chips and there are a ton of them to play through if you like this style of gameplay.

Buy on Steam

Diablo 3

As you can tell, Blizzard games perform particularly well on integrated graphics. Diablo 3, the 2012 action-RPG, is a game you can easily sink hundreds of hours into. Its isometric perspective lends itself well to less fancy graphics cards and performance remains steady even on most non-gaming laptops. Thanks to a continuously evolving content stream and enticing loot-based loop, Diablo 3 remains exciting long after you’ve seen the credits. Keep an eye out for Diablo 4, the next iteration in the series.

Buy on Blizzard

Civilization VI

Civilization VI: Rise & Fall hands-on preview

It shouldn’t be too surprising that Civilization VI, one of the best strategy games around, can run on integrated graphics. After all, it’s available on iOS and Nintendo Switch. The downgrade in visuals when playing with integrated visuals, though apparent, doesn’t hinder the overall experience. If you’ve never played a Civ game before, it’s a turn-based franchise that plays out over long stretches of time. Your ultimate goal is to expand your kingdom, which leads to many exciting battles and interactions with leaders around the world. Civilization VI is one of the deepest strategy games, one that sets up nicely for short, daily spurts. Take a look at our Civ VI beginner’s guide if you’re just getting started.

Buy on Steam


Cuphead guide

For a game as uniquely beautiful as Cuphead, it’s admittedly odd that it runs so well on integrated graphics. Stylized after 1930s cartoons, Cuphead is a run and gun, boss rush game with a steep difficulty level. With an interesting array of bosses, each with their own distinct personalities and tendencies, Cuphead shines throughout each of its impeccably designed stages. We highly recommend connecting an Xbox One or PS4 gamepad to your PC or Mac to play Cuphead, though.

Buy on Steam


The infamously addictive Factorio doesn’t really care about graphics. Instead, it’s focused on building mechanics that encourage you to create automated factories that break down mined elements and create products and structures. The simple premise of “build more so you can build more” is enough to get started, but Factorio can become mind-bendingly complex, which has led to the rise of a devoted online community filled with ideas. There are also some defense aspects, as you need to protect your base from attacks over time, but it’s the building that’s the real draw.

Crypt of the Necrodancer

If you haven’t played this inventive, roguelike dungeon explorer yet, we highly advise giving it a try. The focus of the game is music, and you can choose one of 15 characters to quite literally dance your way through the dungeon with rhythm as your guide. The original soundtrack by Danny Baranowsky includes 40 songs and has won awards, but you can upload your own MP3s for a more personalized experience, too!

Mark of the Ninja

If stealth games are more your preference, Mark of the Ninja delivers a serious, beautiful experience that’s very deep compared to its lightweight requirements. Navigate a rapidly industrializing city and utilize a variety of shadows, weapons, and techniques to survive. Even the lowliest guard can be deadly, and every encounter leaves you with choices to slay, avoid, or distract. The combination of stealth and puzzle gameplay can become addictive as you learn what sort of Ninja you prefer to be and face continuing challenges.

Borderlands 3

The cell-shaded nature of the Borderlands games makes them well-suited to running without worrying about how your GPU will do, as long as you don’t mind playing with the right settings. Put the Visual Settings in the menu on Very Low, keep the resolution a bit below full HD, and your computer should do just fine without affecting your gaming experience. Then you’re ready to explore the crazy and hostile world of this looter shooter where every gun is zanier than the last. Take a look at our guide to Borderland 3 characters and the best weapons in the game if you’re just getting started.

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Playable Games List for Intel® HD Graphics 2500/4000

These games are a sample of the popular games that play well at 30 frames per second or higher on Intel® HD Graphics 2500/4000.

For the latest playable games, visit the Gameplay site. Settings on the site are only available for Intel® 4th Generation Core™ Processors and higher.

  • A Chinese Fairy Tale*
  • A Game of Thrones: Genesis*
  • Agatha Christie 3 in 1 Bundle*
  • Age of Empires Online*
  • Aion Tower of Eternity*
  • Alicia* (Korean title)
  • Alliance of Valiant Arms (A.V.A)*
  • Auditorium*
  • Avadon: The Black Fortress*
  • Awesomenauts*
  • Babel Rising*
  • Back To The Future*
  • Batman Arkham City GOTY*
  • Battlefield Play4Free*
  • BattleForge*
  • Behind the Reflection*
  • Big Kahuna Reef*
  • Binary Domain*
  • Blacklight: Retribution*
  • Brave: The Video Game*
  • Bullet Run*
  • Bully: Scholarship Edition*
  • BulPae Online*
  • C9*
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3*
  • Cars 2: The Video Game*
  • Champions Online*
  • ChengJiSiHan 2*
  • ChiBi*
  • Chinese Paladin 5*
  • City of Heroes* - Issue 21
  • Civilization V (Touch)*
  • Civilization V: Gods & Kings*
  • Club Penguin*
  • Commandos 3*
  • Continent of the Ninth Seal*
  • Counter Strike: Global Offensive*
  • Counter-Strike Online*
  • CrossFire*
  • Crusader Kings II*
  • CS Online* (Chinese title)
  • Cyphers Online*
  • Dark Blood* (Korean title)
  • Dark Orbit*
  • Darksiders 2*
  • Darkspore*
  • DaTangWuShuang*
  • Dead Hungry Diner*
  • Deep Black*
  • Defense Grid: The Awakening*
  • Defense Grid: You Monster*
  • Demolition Company*
  • Diablo 3*
  • DiRT 3*
  • Dishonored*
  • Dizzel*
  • Doctor Who: The Adventure Games*
  • Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock*
  • Dragon Nest*
  • Driver: San Francisco*
  • Duke Nukem Forever*
  • Dungeon Defenders*
  • Dungeon Siege III*
  • Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim*
  • Endless Space*
  • EVE Online: Incarna*
  • eXceed 3rd - Jade Penetrate Black Package*
  • F1 2011*
  • F1 2012*
  • Fable III*
  • FIFA 12*
  • Fifa 13*
  • FIFA Manager 12*
  • Finding Neverland*
  • Flight*
  • FreeJack*
  • Freerealms*
  • FreeStyle 2*
  • Freestyle Football*
  • Galactic Civilizations II: Ultimate Edition*
  • Galaxy on Fire 2*
  • Gatling Gears*
  • Ghost Whisperer: A Brush with Death*
  • Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime*
  • Gotham City Imposters*
  • Guild Wars 2*
  • Hank Haney World Golf Master*
  • Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit*
  • House of 1000 Doors:Family Secrets*
  • Hunted: The Demon's Forge*
  • iRacing*
  • JianXia 3*
  • JieWang Online*
  • JiGuangShiJie*
  • Jurassic Park: The Game*
  • JX 3*
  • Killing Floor*
  • Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning*
  • King's Bounty: Armored Princess*
  • Kung Fu Strike - The Warrior's Rise*
  • League of Legends* (Chinese Tencent version)
  • Legends of Atlantis*
  • Legends of Pegasus*
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7*
  • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean*
  • Lineage II*
  • Lord of the Rings Online: Rise of Isengard*
  • Lord of the Rings: War in the North*
  • LuDingJi (The Duke of Mount Deer)*
  • Mabinogi Heroes*
  • Mabinogi*
  • Magic: The Gathering - Tactics*
  • Mahjong*
  • Major League Baseball 2K11*
  • MapleStory*
  • Marvel Super Hero Squad Online*
  • Max Payne 3*
  • Men of War: Condemned Heroes*
  • Men of War: Vietnam*
  • Mercury Red*
  • Microvolts*
  • Might & Magic Heroes VI*
  • Mo Yu*
  • MoJie2*
  • Moon Breakers*
  • Moon* (by KingSoft*)
  • Mortimer Beckett and the Lost King*
  • MU Online*
  • Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse*
  • Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen*
  • NBA 2K12*
  • Necrovision*
  • Nine Dragons Online* - ????*
  • Offspring Fling*
  • Orcs Must Die! 2*
  • Painkiller: Resurrection*
  • Pickers*
  • Pirates of Black Cove*
  • Portal 2*
  • PoxNora*
  • Psychonauts*
  • QQ Speed*
  • QQXianXiaZhuan*
  • QQXiYou*
  • Rage*
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids*
  • Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad*
  • Rise of Immortals*
  • Runescape*
  • S2 Online*
  • SBKX Superbike World Champoinship*
  • Secret Files 3*
  • Section 8: Prejudice*
  • Shaun White Snowboarding*
  • ShenGuiChuanQi*
  • ShenMoDaLu (Forsaken World)*
  • Sid Meier's Pirates!*
  • Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity*
  • Skyrim - Dawnguard DLC*
  • Skyscraper Simulator*
  • Soldier of Fortune Online*
  • Special Force 2*
  • Special Force* (Korean title by Dragonfly/Neowiz*)
  • SpellForce 2 - Faith in Destiny*
  • Splice*
  • Star Trek Online* (Free to Play)
  • Star Wars Clone Wars Adventures*
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic*
  • Star Wolves 3: Ashes of Victory*
  • StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty* Patch 1.4.0
  • Street Fighter X Tekken*
  • Sudden Attack*
  • Super Monday Night Combat*
  • Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition*
  • Team Fortress 2 - Mann vs. Machine*
  • TERA*
  • The Adventures of Tintin: The Game*
  • The King of Soldier*
  • The Lord of the Rings Online*
  • The Sims 3: Town Life Stuff*
  • The Treasures of Mystery Island 2: The Gates of Fate*
  • TianLongBaBu 2*
  • TianLongBaBu 3*
  • TianXia 2*
  • Ticket to Ride*
  • Tiny Troopers*
  • Torchlight II*
  • TrackMania 2*
  • Trine 2*
  • Tropico 4*
  • Vindictus*
  • Virtua Tennis 4*
  • WanMeiGuoJi*
  • War Of The Immortals*
  • Wargame: European Escalation*
  • Warhammer 40k: Space Marine*
  • Warhammer Online - Wrath of Heroes*
  • Warhammer Online*
  • Way To Go Bowling*
  • World of Tanks*
  • World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria*
  • Worms Revolution*
  • Worms Ultimate Mayhem*
  • WRC FIA World Rally Championship*
  • WuLinWaiZhuan*
  • XunXian*
  • Yar's Revenge*
  • Yesterday*
  • YongBingTianXia*
  • Young Woong Si Dae*
  • YuLongZaiTian*
  • ZhuXian2 (Jade Dynasty 2)*
  • Zombi Online*

The list was compiled using Windows 7* 64-bit operating system. You should expect a similar experience using Windows 7* 32-bit operating system.

Product and performance information

Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel® microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations, and functions.

Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. We recommend consulting other information, compatibility, and performance tests to fully evaluate products.


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Best Games for Intel HD 4000! (Including GTA V)

Are you an Intel HD 4000 user? Want to know what are the best games to run on a Games for Intel HD 4000? If yes then you can read this post till the end and this will clear all your doubts. Here we have a list of different series of various games that can run on intel hd graphics. So you will definitely love to read and share this post, let’s start.

Best Games for Intel HD 4000

Intel HD 4000 is an integrated graphics by Intel. It was launched in May 2012. This includes Ivy Bridge GT2 processor, its base clock can be automatically boosted using its Turbo Boost function, it may vary based on the processor model. This also supports DirectX 11.1. It is packed with 128 shading units, 16 texture mapping units, and 2 ROPs with DirectCompute support.

The operating frequency of this GPU is 650 MHz and boosted upto 1000 MHz. In NoteBookCheck‘s test, they have found, this Intel HD 4000 can beat the HD 6620G in a fast Core i7-3820QM at about 15% and the slower i7-3610QM & a dual-core i5 are at a similar level to 6620G. So the casual gamers would reduce the quality settings while playing High-end games.

45 W is the maximum power draw rate of this GPU, it can be connected with a PCI-Express 1.0 x16 interface with the overall system.

Intel HD 4000 Specifications or Specs

Release DateMay 14th, 2012
GenerationHD Graphics-M
ArchitectureGeneration 7.0
GPU NameIvy Bridge GT2
Transistors1,200 million
Process Size22nm
Die Size133 mm²
Shading Units128
Execution Units16
Base Clock650 MHz
Boost Clock1000 MHz
BandwidthSystem Shared
Memory ClockSystem Shared
Memory BusSystem Shared
Memory TypeSystem Shared
Memory SizeSystem Shared
Shader Model5.0
Pixel Rate2.000 GPixel/s
Texture Rate16.00 GTexel/s
FP32 (float) performance256.0 GFLOPS
FP64 (double) performance64.00 GFLOPS
Slot WidthIGP
OutputsNo outputs

Best Games for Intel HD 4000

Here we have listed a collection of popular games which you can easily play with this Inter HD 4000 GPU. Although, this GPU is not recommended for gaming as it doesn’t have any dedicated graphics card like Radeon and Nvidia. But you can have a dedicated graphics card to play smoothly high-end games.

Assassin’s Creed Series

Assassin’s Creed I
Assassin’s Creed II
Assassin’s Creed III
Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood

Batman Series

Batman Arkham Asylum
Batman Arkham City
Batman Arkham Origins

Call of Duty Series

Call of Duty
Call of Duty 2
Call of Duty Black Ops
Call of Duty World At War
Call of Duty Modern Warfare
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Crysis Series

Crysis 2
Crysis Warhead

Grand Theft Auto or GTA Series

Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto IV
Grand Theft Auto Vice City
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas

Hitman Series

Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
Hitman 3: Contracts
Hitman 4: Blood Money
Hitman 5: Absolution
Hitman Sniper Challenge

Max Payne Series

Max Payne
Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne
Max Payne 3

Tomb Raider Series

Tomb Raider Legend
Tomb Raider Anniversary
Tomb Raider Underworld

Other Games

Far Cry 2
Cricket 07
Splinter Cell
Don’t Starve
Pes till PES 15
Fifa till FIFA 15
The Witcher
Sleeping Dogs
Battlefield till BF4
AC1- AC Rogue
Cod Modern Warfare 3
Medal of Honour till MoH 2010
Left 4 Dead 2


So, these are the top best games to run on an Intel HD 4000. Although, this processor is not too good for gaming but these games you can play obviously. We hope you like this post, if you have any questions please ask them below. Also if you want to suggest us other games too, you can comment below and we will definitely add them to our list.


Is Intel HD graphics 4000 good for gaming?

No, Intel HD 4000 is not enough and recommended for high-end gaming.

Can I play Fortnite on Intel HD 4000?

Yes, definitely. You can play Fortnite on Intel HD 4000, but make sure your device should have Ram of 4GB or more than that.

How can I make my Intel HD Graphics 4000 better for gaming?

1. You can increase your device’s RAM. Then you can enable Dual channel mode.
2. For a smooth experience you can also upgrade your graphics card driver.
3. Keep in mind that the graphics card is not in power-saving mode.
4. Set the Intel HD Graphics to “Performance” from 3D preference.

Can I upgrade Intel HD Graphics 4000?

No, you can not upgrade Intel HD 4000 as it is an Integrated Graphics card so you can’t replace or upgrade it.

How do I download Intel HD Graphics 4000?

You can download it from Intel Downloads Center. Visit their Download center then search for Intel HD 4000 and select it. Next, you should choose your present system version (example: Windows 10, 32-bit). Now select the latest version and download it by clicking the .zip or .exe file, and follow their instructions.

Can I upgrade my Intel HD graphics card?

You have to replace the Board or processor before upgrading it.

Is Intel HD Graphics 4000 a GPU?

Yes, it is a GPU with Ivy Bridge GT2 processor.

Can Intel HD Graphics 4000 Run GTA 5?

Yes, you can definitely run GTA 5 on on Intel HD Graphics 4000. However, this graphic is not recommended for heavy gaming, but make sure you should lower the graphic settings as much as you can to run the game in smooth framerate. You can also use third party Game Booster to run the game smoothly. Note, If you have 4gb of Ram or more than that it will help you to run GTA 5 really smooth on your Intel HD 4000 graphics.

What is the equivalent of Intel HD 4000 in NVIDIA?

In terms of Performance, RAM & others, Nvidia GT 610m or Nvidia NVS 4200m are the best equivalents to Intel HD Graphics 4000.

What is the capacity of Intel 4000 graphics in GB?

In Intel HD Graphics 4000 the total available graphics memory is 1007 MB, which can maximum shared memory around 1.9 GB or 1975 MB.

Can I do video editing in Intel HD Graphics 4000?

No, it is not ideal to edit Videos or Animation on a laptop with Intel HD Graphics 4000 as it don’t have enough VRAM. The more VRAM a Graphics card has the smooth video editing you can do. This graphics card is good for simple office and other works.

Is Intel graphics HD 4000 enough for Adobe Photoshop CC 2014?

Yes, it is well enough to run Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 on Intel graphics HD 4000, but make sure you have enough RAM to run everything smoothly.

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