1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 15, 2013 8:59 AM by kevin_intel

    Two questions about Pentium G3220

    lolwatpear

      1.  Does it come with HD 4400 graphics?  I don't know what it's so unbelievable difficult to know the answer to this question in the first place.  I've been searching for the exact graphics it comes with, and nothing comes up.

       

      2.  If it is HD 4400, am I able to use the DVI-D port on a motherboard to see video on a 1440p monitor?  The monitor only accepts DVI-D.

        • 1. Re: Two questions about Pentium G3220
          kevin_intel

          Hi lolwatpear,

           

          The Pentium G3220 is a 4th generation Intel processor and it comes with the Intel® HD Graphics controller.

          You can check it in the below image:

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          This graphics controller supports same features than the HD 4400 and the others. It is important to mention that Intel® graphics controllers do not support DVI Dual Link. With the DVI Single Link you can get a resolution up to 1900x1200 but this also depends on the computer manufacturer. Sometimes in case of an OEM system, they can set limitations on the graphics controllers including certain resolutions.

           

          You can check this link for more information about the 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Graphics (formerly codenamed Haswell):

          http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/quick-reference-guide-to-intel-processor-graphics