Windows 10: Win 10 Internal Graphics related query, how do I know which is better? Solved


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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       19 Aug 2015 #1

    Win 10 Internal Graphics related query, how do I know which is better?


    Hello there!

    after upgrading to win 10, i'm having issues with both audio and video drivers. eventually i have fixed everything, thanks to you guys and google.

    Anyway, before installing latest intel HD graphics chip, I had Microsoft basic display adapter, which had 2006MB graphic memory with no dedicated video memory.


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    and now after installing that intel chip, I have 1664MB graphic memory with 32MB dedicated video memory.


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    I want to know which one is better. Should I uninstall the intel one and go back to default microsoft chip? or should I stay with this intel one? and why?

    Thanks
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  2.    19 Aug 2015 #2

    That's one and same except in first instance there was only a basic MS driver for it. In second instance a proper driver was installed and that's real name of it. That Graphic adapter is built in the processor.
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