Intel HD Graphics 510 can be found on the latest low-end Skylake SoCs and it’s considered as a low-end iGPU. It represents the GT1 variants of the Skylake iGPUs and features 12 of the so-called EUs (Execution Units). They are clocked at 300 MHz and can go up to 950 MHz but that depends on the CPU model.
Notable features that come along with the HD Graphics 510 are H.265/HEVC fully hardware decoded and outputs like DP 1.2 / eDP 1.3 and HDMI 1.4a. The GPU can handle up to three displays connected simultaneously.
The power consumption of the whole SoC may vary, but most of the time it’s 15W. This number include the CPU, iGPU and the memory controller.
The benchmark results are from Notebookcheck.
You can see specs and prices of all available notebooks with Intel HD Graphics 510 here:
Intel HD Graphics 510 - specs
Intel HD Graphics 510 - benchmark tests
Results are from the 3DMark: Fire Strike (Graphics) benchmark (higher the score, the better)
Results are from the Unigine Heaven 3.0 benchmark (higher the score, the better)
Results are from the Unigine Heaven 4.0 benchmark (higher the score, the better)
Results are from the Unigine Superposition benchmark (higher the score, the better)
This integrated GPU can be found in these CPUs:
|Base clock||Turbo clock||Performance
|In laptops starting at...|
|1.||Intel Celeron 3855U||2 / 2||1.60 GHz||0.00 GHz||0.88/10||$279.95|
|2.||Intel Pentium 4405U||2 / 4||2.10 GHz||0.00 GHz||$231.19|
|3.||Intel Pentium 4405U||2 / 4||2.10 GHz||0.00 GHz||Check price|
|4.||Intel Celeron 3855U||2 / 2||1.60 GHz||0.00 GHz||Check price|