[SOLVED] What is the Series Number for Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge)

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Hello, I have a PC with a Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge) GPU, I can't find the Series Number for it, I Looked it many Programs Like CPUZ, etc...
But it Only Writes Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge). Does anyone Knows the Series Number for that? (I mean that is that a Intel 4000, 3000 or anything?)
 
Ivy Bridge
On 24 April 2012, Ivy Bridge was released, introducing the "third generation" of Intel's HD graphics:[10]

Model numberTierExecution unitsShading unitsBoost Clock (MHz)max GFLOPS
HD GraphicsGT16481050100.8
HD Graphics 25001150110.4
HD Graphics 4000GT2161281300332.8

Ivy Bridge Celeron and Pentium have Intel HD, while Core i3 and above have either HD 2500 or HD 4000. HD Graphics 2500 and 4000 include hardware video encoding and HD postprocessing effects.

For some low-power mobile CPUs there is limited video decoding support, while none of the desktop CPUs have this limitation.
 
The Intel Driver & Support Assistant helps you identify the Intel® Graphics Controller on your computer. It can also identify if a driver update is required. What are your full system specs ??

If you see the adapter listed only as Intel® HD Graphics without any numerical identifier, or if you cannot identify your adapter using either of the methods detailed here, refer to How to Identify My Intel Processor and, once you've identified your processor, visit this Product Specification Page (ARK) to manually search for your processor and verify its specifications.


Also, try this:
  1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose Display Settings.
  2. Click Advanced display settings.
  3. Click Display adapter properties.
  4. See the graphics controller identifier displayed in the Adapter Type section of the Adapter tab.
  5. If you see the adapter listed as Microsoft Basic Display Adapter or Standard VGA adapter, then it means that Windows is working with the pre-loaded generic and basic video drivers.
 
Ivy Bridge
On 24 April 2012, Ivy Bridge was released, introducing the "third generation" of Intel's HD graphics:[10]

Model numberTierExecution unitsShading unitsBoost Clock (MHz)max GFLOPS
HD GraphicsGT16481050100.8
HD Graphics 25001150110.4
HD Graphics 4000GT2161281300332.8

Ivy Bridge Celeron and Pentium have Intel HD, while Core i3 and above have either HD 2500 or HD 4000. HD Graphics 2500 and 4000 include hardware video encoding and HD postprocessing effects.

For some low-power mobile CPUs there is limited video decoding support, while none of the desktop CPUs have this limitation.
 

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