What is the difference between integrated graphics and a video card?
An integrated graphics processor is a low power substitute for a video card and is not intended for resource intensive 3D games. Integrated graphics use shared system memory (RAM) for video memory and the central processor (CPU) for graphics processing. A video card has the dedicated video memory (VRAM) and graphics processor (GPU) needed for handling 3D games.
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