Intel Intel GMA 3100

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How well can the Intel GMA 3100 run games
Intel Intel GMA 3100
10 Aug 2021 - Graphics card reviewed

Capable of running games with up to a DirectX 9 requirement.

How many years will the Intel GMA 3100 graphics card play newly released games and how long until you should consider upgrading the Intel GMA 3100 in your PC? You should definitely consider replacing this Intel GMA 3100 graphics card, if it is still in your gaming PC.

Whats a good PC graphics upgrade for the Intel GMA 3100? A good choice when looking to upgrade the Intel GMA 3100 would be the RX 5000 Series Radeon RX 5500 4GB which meets 632 of the 1000 top game’s recommended system requirements and has 6763% better performance. Alternatively a good choice when looking to upgrade the Intel GMA 3100 would be the R-500 Series Radeon RX Vega 8 which meets 0 of the 1000 top game’s recommended system requirements and has 2309% better performance.
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The Intel GMA 3100 was released on 30 Jun 2007
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GPU
Architecture
Bearlake
Process
TMUs
Texture Rate
ROPs
Pixel Rate
Shader Processing Units
Ray Tracing
Tensor Cores
Release Price
Compatibility
Direct X
DX 9
Shader
2.0
Open GL
1.4
Resolution (WxH)
2048 x 1536
Notebook GPU
SLI/Crossfire
Dedicated
Integrated
Memory
Maximum
Shared Memory
-
Memory Speed
Memory Bus
Memory Type
Memory Bandwidth
L2 Cache
Display Connectors
VGA Connection
1
DVI Connection
1
HDMI Connection
DisplayPort Connection
Clock Speeds
Core Speed
400 MHz
Power
Max Power
17 Watts
PSU
Power Connector
None
Recommended Hardware
Parent Processor
Best RAM Match
Best Resolution
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Intel GMA 3100 Game Requirement Analysis

The Intel Graphics Media Accelerator, or GMA, is Intel's current line of integrated graphics processors built into various motherboard chipsets. These integrated graphics products allow a computer to be built without a separate graphics card, which can reduce cost, power consumption and noise. They are commonly found on low-priced notebook and desktop computers as well as business computers, which do not need high levels of graphics capability. 90% of all PCs sold have integrated graphics. They rely on the computer's main memory for storage, which imposes a performance penalty, as both the CPU and GPU have to access memory over the same bus.

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