The Intel Iris Plus G4 is one of the graphics processors integrated into the 10th Gen Intel Core main processors, such as the popular Intel Core i5-1035G4. In Intel’s graphics processor lineup, the Iris Plus G4 with its 48 execution units is in the middle between the Intel UHD G1 with 32 EUs and Iris Plus G7 with 64 EUs. These and generally all integrated graphics processors aren’t aimed at heavy gaming. They usually provide some basic gaming performance and the Iris Plus G4 is no exception.
Intel Iris Plus G4 Graphics Benchmark
Here are benchmark scores of the Intel Iris Plus G4 and other popular graphics processors for laptops.
It’s no surprise the Intel Iris Plus G4 is near the bottom of the chart. But, the GPU is faster than many other integrated graphics processors. The benchmarks confirm the Iris Plus G4 is in the middle between the UHD G1 and Iris Plus G7. All of them, however, are entry-level graphics solutions. They lag a lot behind the real gaming class video cards such as the Nvidia GeForce GTX or RTX series.
Real World Gaming on Iris Plus G4
Although it isn’t a full-blown gaming solution, the Intel Iris Plus G4 is still able to handle many of the most popular PC games which aren’t hardware-demanding. For example, you can easily run League of Legends, Minecraft, Dota, or Counter Strike on medium in-game graphics detail settings. Some of the demanding AAA titles can be playable too, but on low or lowest settings.
In the Reviews, Q&A, and Videos section below, you can take a look at Iris Plus G4 gameplay videos.
Sidenote: Benchmark results and real-world graphics performance may vary depending on the main processor of the laptop, system memory size and setup (single or dual channel), laptop’s cooling system, and other factors, besides the graphics processor as the biggest factor.