The Intel Iris Plus G7 is the best among integrated graphics processors used in the 10th Gen Intel Core G-series main processors. Currently, the most popular processor with the Iris Plus G7 is the 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1065G7.
With its 64 execution units, the Intel Iris Plus G7 is faster than the 48-execution unit Iris Plus G4 and 32-execution unit Intel UHD G1, all used in the 10th Gen Intel Core G-series processors. The 10th Gen Intel Core lineup also includes the Core U-series processors with Intel UHD graphics featuring 24 execution units.
Despite their differences, all of the mentioned integrated graphics processors are in the entry-level category. The Iris Plus G7 can be described as an improved entry-level graphics processor.
Intel Iris Plus G7 Graphics Benchmark
Here’s a benchmark score of the Intel Iris Plus G7 compared to other widely used graphics processors for laptops.
The Intel Iris Plus G7 is clearly faster than its Iris Plus G4, UHD G1, and UHD relatives used in the 10th Gen Intel Core processors. The Iris Plus G7 performs similarly to entry-level dedicated video cards, such as the Nvidia GeForce MX series. It’s also comparable to the AMD Vega 10 integrated graphics, which is a direct competitor to the Iris Plus G7. But, they all still lag a lot behind the full-blown gaming laptop video cards like the Nvidia GeForce GTX series.
Real World Gaming on Iris Plus G7
Although the Intel Iris Plus G7 can be generally rated as a low-end graphics processor, it can run many of the most played PC games. And, it can do it more smoothly than other integrated graphics processors. Many of the popular games can run even on the very basic and widely used Intel UHD graphics, while the Iris Plus G7 delivers noticeable improvement in gameplay smoothness. Just like the lower-end Nvidia GeForce MX video cards. As for hard-core AAA games, the Iris Plus G7 is generally capable of running them on low in-game graphics detail settings and resolutions.
You can take a look at Iris Plus G7 gameplay videos in the Reviews, Q&A, and Videos section below.
Sidenote: Benchmark results and real-world graphics performance may vary depending on the main processor, system memory, laptop’s design, and other factors. As a big factor, having dual-channel system memory instead of single channel can noticeably improve graphics performance, especially performance of integrated graphics processors.