HD Graphics 4000 Vs GeForce GT 630M

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HD Graphics 4000 Vs GeForce GT 630M

Postby hubert » Tue Apr 10, 2012 10:57 pm


We have some benchmark results available that shows HD Graphics 4000 is not way behind the GeForce GT630M in DirectX 11 benchmark. These results are from early notebooks, hence, the DirectX 11 driver may not be perfect at this moment. Wait for some more time for final results to appear.

Take a look at

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Postby hubert » Sun May 13, 2012 12:55 pm

That is not too bad for HD Graphics 4000 which is essentially embedded into the processor.
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Postby Digi » Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:58 am

I'm the type of guy that will prefer the GeForce GT 630M graphics card anyday, haha.

I just wanted to add some information on the GeForce GT 630M.
Here's the specifications:

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GPU Engine Specs
-> CUDA Cores: 96 cores
-> Graphics Clock (MHz): Up to 800 MHzGraphics Clock (MHz)
-> Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec): Up to 12.8

Memory Specs
-> Memory Interface: DDR3\GDDR5
-> Memory Interface Width: Up to 128bit
-> Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec): Up to 32.0

Also, the GeForce GT 630M also supports; HDCP, HDMI and 3D BlueRay.
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Postby DuneDreamer » Tue Jul 24, 2012 5:17 am

On my favorite game, Diablo 3, GeForce GT 630M performs better than HD graphics 4000. Take a look at the following benchmark test:
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Postby ann » Thu Nov 22, 2012 10:39 pm

Here is the benchmark

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Postby pyasa » Tue Nov 27, 2012 3:38 am

I have a question. I am buying and HP laptop that comes with an option of either GT630M or GT650M. The GT650M is $150 extra. Should I take the upgraded GT650M or go with the stock GT630M ?
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Postby mod » Tue Nov 27, 2012 4:35 am

Well GT 650M is anywhere 1.3x to 1.5x faster than the 630M. It will depend upon the kind of game you want to play. If you are going for Battlefield 3, you should get the GT 650M. For games like Diablo II or Diablo II the GT 630 M should be suffice.
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Postby brian23 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:58 pm

There is little left in the comparison, but I wanted to point one thing - Intel is going to release Haswell sometimes in April 2013. It will come in three variants - the HT1, HT2 and HT3. The HT2 will have 20 Execution Units ( by comparison the HD Graphics 4000 has 16 Units). That is 1.25x faster. Each EU will be at least 1.1x faster by architecture improvement. That brings us to 1.375x times faster - and makes it about the same as the GT 630M. I believe the GT2 will be the mainstream story.

The bigger story is the GT3. If rumors are to believed it will have 40 EUs ( some contradictory reports say it will have only 20 EUs). If is is going to be 40 EUs that will lift the integrated graphics performance to a newer height and AMD is destined to doom.
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Postby BrianKlug » Sat Dec 01, 2012 9:26 pm

brian23 wrote:The bigger story is the GT3. If rumors are to believed it will have 40 EUs ( some contradictory reports say it will have only 20 EUs). If is is going to be 40 EUs that will lift the integrated graphics performance to a newer height and AMD is destined to doom.


Well Intel did officially mentioned that the GT3 configuration will have twice the shader count of Haswell GT2. It chose not to disclose the total number of EUs . Based upon the information we can deduce that, GT3 should be a 40 EU and GT2 should have 20 EUs.

To improve yield Intel will be including up to one redundant EU. If one of the 20 EUs are defective, it can power it off and use the 20 good EUs. This is an intelligent engineering choice.
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Postby AnandLalShimpi » Sun Dec 02, 2012 8:00 pm

It does not hurt to know about the future. Broadwell will Follow Haswell and will launch in 2014. While the CPU core will be only 10% faster, GPU is the real bang which gets another 40% bump over the Haswell. The GT G630m that we see today and pat our back for having one in our laptops will look like a minnow in from of what Broadwell has to provide.
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