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I have an Intel N3700 CPU, but I can't figure out which GPU I have.

CPU-Z says "Intel HD Graphics," but which version?

Here is a screenshot from CPU-Z:

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    Intel HD Graphics is the model. This same GPU was rebranded to HD Graphics 400 and HD Graphics 405 when the (J/N)3710. So CPU-Z is actually displaying the correct information. – Ramhound Mar 3 '16 at 15:56
  • use GPU-Z to get more details about the GPU – magicandre1981 Mar 4 '16 at 16:41
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According to Wikipedia, this is an 8th-generation Intel GPU, of the Cherryview architecture. Its model name is "HD Graphics" - later processors have similar GPUs, called "HD Graphics 400" and "HD Graphics 405".

It has 16 execution units running at 400-700 MHz, and video decode acceleration.

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You have integrated graphics, which means there's no discrete graphics card in your computer, but instead the CPU serves as a graphics card, using your system RAM rather than dedicated RAM on a graphics card.

If you wish to see the version of your integrated graphics, go to Device Manager, expand Display Adapters, right click on Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, and hit Properties. In the Drivers tab, you should find the version of your graphics driver for your display.

For more information, see Graphics Specifications on your processor's page on Intel's website.

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    And before you comment, @KDev... "Intel HD Graphics" is all Intel calls it. Compare your CPU with, say... the i7-6820HQ. My Surface 3's CPU/GPU reports the same way. – T.J.L. Mar 3 '16 at 13:38
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    As pointed out the GPU is the Intel HD Graphics just from Braswell generation product line.. – Ramhound Mar 3 '16 at 15:57
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The Intel HD Graphics is an integrated GPU inside the CPU. So if you know the CPU type you can look up the information on the graphics that are embedded in that CPU.

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  • @FrankThomas: That is providing the information. There's no undisclosed model number, this particular iGPU's model name doesn't have a number in it. – Ben Voigt Mar 3 '16 at 23:31
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Use Win+R to bring up Run dialog and enter dxdiag. This will bring up DirectX Diagnostic Tool. Go to Display tab and there you can see model and driver info about your graphics hardware.

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