Intel HD Graphics 2500
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Release Date
1 April 2012 (11 years old)
HD Graphics 2500
Market segment
GPU code name
Ivy Bridge GT1
Gen. 7 Ivy Bridge (2011−2012)


Memory Size
System Shared
Memory Type
System Shared
Memory Bus
64/128 Bit
Memory Bandwidth
Memory clock speed
System Shared

Technical specs

Pipelines / CUDA cores
Boost Clock Speed
1150 MHz
Core clock speed
650 MHz
Thermal design power (TDP)
Manufacturing process technology
22 nm
Number of transistors
392 million
Texture Fill rate
6.900 GTexel/s

General Specification of Intel HD Graphics 2500

Intel HD Graphics 2500 released with System Shared and System Shared on 1 April 2012 (11 years old). VRAM (GPU memory) is important for graphic card performance since it allows a graphics card to hold high-resolution frames, more complex textures, and other content. More GPU RAM does not always result in faster FPS, but it does provide a smoother, more consistent experience, particularly at high graphics settings.

Furthermore, HD Graphics 2500 has core clock speed of 650 MHz and dissipate heat unknown.


What is the average FPS generated by Intel HD Graphics 2500 ?
Full HD

Which games you can play with Intel HD Graphics 2500?

We can't play the most popular games because it's not fulfilling minimum requirements.

Can I run Adobe Premier Pro with Intel HD Graphics 2500?

Adobe Premier Pro provide multiple option to adjust the FPS as per a video content. Standard frame rate (FPS) starts from 24fps. However, to edit 4k and slow-motion videos the average FPS should be average 60fps and 120fps respectively.

HD Graphics 2500 is not suitable for video editing.

Relative performance

Intel HD Graphics 2500 performance compared to nearest competitors

Intel HD Graphics 2500 AND equivalent

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