As requested by some readers in the Intel Ivy Bridge HD Graphics 4000 GPU: OpenGL and OpenCL Tests article, here some additional tests of the HD Graphics 4000, the GPU embedded in the Ivy Bridge processor.
AMD HK2207 DX11 demo
HK2207 is a Direct3D 11 tech-demo for AMD Radeon HD 6900 series. Unfortunately, on Intel’s HD 4000, only few flares are visible:
AMD LadyBug DX11 demo
LadyBug is a Direct3D 11 tech-demo released for the Radeon HD 5800 series. Good news, this demo works fine on the HD 4000. But it runs very very slowly: around 1 FPS…
NVIDIA Island DX11 tessellation demo
Island is a Direct3D 11 tessellation-focused tech-demo released for the GeForce GTX 480 / GTX 470. This demo runs at around 3 FPS on the HD 4000.
3DMark11 DX11 benchmark
I tested the Entry (E) and Performance (P) scores only:
Unigine Heaven 2.1 DX11 test
I tested Heaven 2.1 with default settings.
GPCBenchmarkOCL OpenCL test
GPCBenchmarkOCL is an OpenCL 1.1 test. It includes different OpenCL tests:
Common maths test: works fine.
Int32 test: works fine.
SHA1 test: works fine.
Global memory test: does not work.
7 thoughts on “Intel Ivy Bridge HD Graphics 4000 Extra Tests”
Just good job – thanks 🙂
hmmm…..Not bad for a CPU to perform that well. I mean look at the numbers…Intel still has a chance to beat up others.
Do you take some other requests? 😀
On semiaccurate there’s a good HD4000 overclock analysis ( http://semiaccurate.com/2012/04/23/overclocking-intels-hd-4000/ ) But it seems they didn’t overclock the memory – and the memory controller too – so it’s impossible to tell how the GPU performance depend on memory bandwith and latency.
Can you do it? :p
Intel 126.96.36.19996 drivers for Ivy Bridge
Intel 188.8.131.5212 drivers
http://www.geeks3d.com/20120502/laguna-real-time-opencl-path-tracer/ result of Intel HD 4000 here will be interesting 🙂
Can you run ATI “Leo” Demo and 5900 OIT demo on IVB?
Check opengl on 2729 drivers for Windows 8!
AMD LEO demo,
Nvidia Endless City Tessellation Demo
and Nvidia New Dawn Demo runs well now with Intel HD 4000 🙂
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