Integrated graphics articles

Intel releases last Haswell IGP drivers for Windows 7 and 8

Intel has released what will be their last set of integrated graphics drivers (IGP) for Haswell-class processors on Windows 7 and 8.1. This includes Haswell Core, Pentium, and Celeron CPUs launched between late 2013 and early 2015. Windows 10 support will continue. This new version adds support for 3rd-party EDID utilities, meant for advanced users only. For average users there are a number of bug fixes. Enter here for more details and download links.

AMD A8-7600 Review: 'Kaveri' APU Put to the Test

AMD really is focused on gaming performance with Kaveri and believes this is where its latest APUs have a serious advantage over the competition. The company's latest processors are being pushed as budget solutions for modern 1080p gaming, though on paper the Radeon R7 doesn't look quite up to the task...

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Testing Ivy Bridge: Intel Core i7-3770K Reviewed

Today the company is unveiling its full new line of Core i7 and Core i5 processors, accompanying chipsets and Centrino wireless options. Ivy Bridge is a 'tick' release, but Intel is calling it a tick+ due to the more significant overhaul the graphics side of things is getting. The new chips are set to provide 20–50% better GPU performance over Sandy Bridge, the kind of jump we'd normally expect from a tock release.

Having already discussed the new Tri-Gate transistors in great detail, the new 7-series chipsets, and some of the motherboards that use them, we are going to focus primarily on the Core i7-3770K processor in this review.

Notebook maker Quanta accuses AMD of hawking faulty chips

AMD has been sued by Quanta Computer, the world's largest contract laptop manufacturer, for allegedly selling defective chips. In its San Jose, Calif. federal court filing, Quanta claims that it purchased AMD chips that failed to meet certain heat tolerances,…