intel uhd graphics 630

Intel UHD Graphics 630 Gaming Performance, Review and Benchmarks

The UHD Graphics 630 is an integrated graphics solution by Intel, launched in April 2020. Built on the 14 nm+++ process, and based on the Comet Lake GT2 graphics processor, the device supports DirectX 12. This ensures that all modern games will run on UHD Graphics 630. Unlike the fully unlocked UHD Graphics 630, which uses the same GPU but has all 192 shaders enabled, Intel has disabled some shading units on the UHD Graphics 630 to reach the product's target shader count. It features 184 shading units, 23 texture mapping units, and 3 ROPs. The GPU is operating at a frequency of 350 MHz, which can be boosted up to 1150 MHz.
Its power draw is rated at 15 W maximum. UHD Graphics 630 is connected to the rest of the system using a PCI-Express 3.0 x1 interface.

 Intel UHD 630 Specification

NameIntel® UHD Graphics 630
Launch Date5th October 2017
TypeIntegrated GPU
ArchitectureCoffee Lake
Fabrication Technology14nm
Execution Units23
Base Clock Speed350 MHz
Max Clock Frequency1150 MHz
Max Video Memory64 GB
DirectX Version12
OpenGL Version4.5
Max No. of Displays3
4K SupportYes
Max Monitor Resolution4096×2304 pixels
Intel Quick Sync SupportYes
Intel Clear Video TechnologyYes

 PassMark Score and Comparison

This data from the PassMark Benchmarking Tool should give you an idea of the performance difference between Intel UHD Graphics 630 and other similar Integrated and Dedicated GPUs.

Comparison vs HD 530

Comparison VS GT 1030 & GT 730

UHD 630 vs GT 1030 vs GT 730

Here are two of the Nvidia’s low end dedicated GPUs. The GeForce GT 730 is quite old now while the GT 1030 has launched recently. There is a huge difference between an entry-level dedicated GPU by Nvidia and an Integrated GPU by Intel. If you have a low-budget, you can always consider buying the GT 1030 that can run every game at a decent frame rate. But for even better performance at 1080p, don’t look at anything below the GTX 1050 Ti.

   Intel UHD Graphics 630 Gaming

Intel UHD Graphics 630 Gaming Performance

Settings: 1366×768 Resolution and Low Graphics

The Intel UHD Graphics 630 is the iGPU in all the chips launched so far. There’s a remarkable performance improvement in the 8th Generation Intel Processors compared to Kaby Lake. Today, we are going to have a look at the Integrated GPU of Coffee Lake Desktop processors and what games and applications that you can expect to run without any issues.

So far, the processors that have the Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU are Core i3-8100, Core i3-8350K, Core i5-8400, Core i5-8400K, Core-i5 8600, Core i7-8700, and the Core i7-8700K (Affiliate Link). Even the 9th Generation Desktop Processors have the same GPU. That includes the Core-i5 9600K (Affiliate Link), Core-i7 9700K, and the Core-i9 9900K.

Graphics Processor

GPU Name
Comet Lake GT2
Generation 9.5
Process Size
14 nm+++
Die Size

Board Design

Slot Width
15 W
No outputs

Theoretical Performance

Pixel Rate
3.450 GPixel/s
Texture Rate
26.45 GTexel/s
FP16 (half) performance
846.4 GFLOPS (2:1)

FP32 (float) performance
423.2 GFLOPS

FP64 (double) performance
105.8 GFLOPS (1:4)

IGP Variants

  • Pentium Gold G6500T: 1050 MHz
  • Pentium Gold G6500: 1100 MHz
  • Pentium Gold G6600: 1100 MHz
  • Core i3-10100T: 1100 MHz
  • Core i3-10100: 1100 MHz
  • Core i3-10300T: 1100 MHz
  • Core i3-10300: 1150 MHz
  • Core i3-10320: 1150 MHz
  • Core i5-10400T: 1100 MHz
  • Core i5-10400: 1100 MHz
  • Core i5-10500TE: 1150 MHz
  • Core i5-10500T: 1150 MHz
  • Core i5-10500E: 1150 MHz
  • Core i5-10500: 1150 MHz
  • Core i5-10600T: 1200 MHz
  • Core i5-10600: 1200 MHz

Integrated Graphics

Release Date
Apr 30th, 2020
HD Graphics
(Comet Lake)
Bus Interface
PCIe 3.0 x1
1 in our database

Render Config

Shading Units
Execution Units

Post a Comment