Intel HD Graphics P630 uses the GT2 version of the Kaby Lake graphics chip with 24 EUs (Execution Units). Depending on the CPU model, the iGPU can reach as high as 1050 MHz and it has a base frequency of 300 MHz. Since it doesn’t have a dedicated memory – or eDRAM for that matter – HD Graphics P630 uses the available RAM on the system which is 2x 64-bit DDR3 or DDR4.
The TDP depends on the CPU model but it’s usually equipped with a SoC rated at 45W including the memory controller. Intel HD Graphics P630 uses the same silicon as the consumer HD Graphics 630, but it features drivers for CAD applications and workstation.
Its performance should be enough for multimedia activities, light applications and gaming on low resolution and medium graphics settings. The iGPU supports H.265/HEVC Main10 profile, as well as QuickSync and DirectX 12.
You can find all available laptops with HD Graphics P630 here:
|Manufacturing Process||14 nm|
|Base frequency||300 MHz|
|Power consumption||45 W|
|Maximum frequency||1050 MHz|
|Supported technologies||DirectX 12, QuickSync,|
Intel HD Graphics P630 - benchmark tests
Intel HD Graphics P630 vs competitors:
|In laptops starting at...|
|0.||Intel HD Graphics P630||64/128-bit||-||N/A|
|1.||2x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (8GB GDDR5X, SLI)||256-bit||10.0/10||$4999.99|
|2.||2x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (8GB GDDR5, SLI)||256-bit||8.2/10||$2499.00|
|3.||2x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 (8GB GDDR5, SLI)||2x 256-bit||6.8/10||N/A|