This guide will provide information on how to use integrated graphics on your PC.
Let's start with the basics: What are integrated graphics?
Integrated Graphics is a GPU embedded in the processor. Integrated graphics hardware does away with the need for separate memory banks for video and graphics. Instead, the GPU makes use of system memory that is shared by the CPU.
For example, all Intel K-Cpu have one.
So you have determined that this CPU is yours? Next, you can follow this guide.
1.) Get your computer started and then go into your UEFI.
2.) Switch to Advanced Mode and then to Tab "Advanced", then switch to "System Agent", then on to "Graphics Setup", and finally to "Primary Display".
3.) Pick either "Auto", or "Graphics" from the CPU (. Some MBS's also have "iGPU).
4.) Save the settings and exit from UEFI. Don't let the computer boot up!
5.) Power off, then unplug both your powercable(/) cable from your GPU. Open your PC case.
6.) Unlock your GPU
7.) Attach your DisplayPort HDMI (or DisplayPort DisplayPort) to one of your videoinputs.
8.) Inject your powercable in to your PSU. Switch on the power, then turn on the computer.
9.) Windows boots screen: This indicates that your computer has integrated graphics.
10.) Login into Windows to search for driver upgrades for your integrated graphics.
11.) Restart the computer after the driver updates. Log into Windows and start Steam.
12.) Use 3D Mark to start the test. Choose a benchmark with low resources such as Night Raid to earn the achievement at its end.
1.) Get your PC started and then go into your UEFI.
2.) Switch to Advanced Mode and then to the tab Advanced. Next, click on "System Agent", then on "Graphics Settings", and then onto "Primary Display".
3.) Click "Auto".
4.) Save the settings and start Windows.
5.) Navigate to "Device Administrator" and locate your GPU.
6.) Unplug your (HDMI or DisplayPort) videocable from the GPU.
7.) Place the videocable in one of the inputs of your motherboard.
8.) Click the Restart button to restart your PC. After logging in to your account, check for driver upgrades for your integrated graphics at "Windows Update", under "Optional Updates," and install them.
9.) Once the driver has been updated, restart your PC and log in to Windows.
10.) Use 3D Mark to start the test. Choose a benchmark with low resources such as Night Raid to earn the achievement at its end.
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