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Basic info about the Intel Ivy Bridge core

Every Intel graphics card is built on a core, in this case Ivy Bridge. To know at least a bit of context, we offer you some technical information about this core. His abilities will certainly tell the year of release (2012) and the production process (22 nm). Here, of course, the latest kernel has the current release year and is manufactured with as little manufacturing process as possible. For gamers, it is still very important to support the highest version of DirectX and OpenGl.
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Basic info about the Intel Ivy Bridge core

    The Intel Ivy Bridge core, known as IVB or IVB SRVR for short, was introduced in 2012 as the 7 generation. Offers advanced 22 nm manufacturing process, DirectX 11.1 and OpenGl 4.0 support.


    Ivy Bridge is the codename for the "third generation" of the Intel Core processors (Core i7, i5, i3). Ivy Bridge is a die shrink to 22 nanometer manufacturing process based on the 32 nanometer Sandy Bridge ("second generation" of Intel Core) - see tickā€“tock model. The name is also applied more broadly to the 22 nm die shrink of the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture based on FinFET ("3D") Tri-Gate transistors, which is also used in the Xeon and Core i7 Ivy Bridge-EX (Ivytown), Ivy Bridge-EP and Ivy Bridge-E microprocessors released in 2013.
    Ivy Bridge processors are backwards compatible with the Sandy Bridge platform, but such systems might require a firmware update (vendor specific). In 2011, Intel released the 7-series Panther Point chipsets with integrated USB 3.0 to complement Ivy Bridge.
    Volume production of Ivy Bridge chips began in the third quarter of 2011. Quad-core and dual-core-mobile models launched on April 29, 2012 and May 31, 2012 respectively. Core i3 desktop processors, as well as the first 22 nm Pentium, were announced and available the first week of September 2012.
    Ivy Bridge is the last Intel platform to fully support Windows XP and the earliest Intel microarchitecture to officially support Windows 10 64-bit.




    Below you will find links to the appropriate drivers for the Ivy Bridge core.


Intel Graphics card name PCI ID device Core Download drivers
Intel HD Graphics PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0152 Ivy Bridge
Intel HD Graphics PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0156 Ivy Bridge
Intel HD Graphics PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_015A Ivy Bridge
Intel HD Graphics PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_016A Ivy Bridge
Intel HD Graphics 4000 PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0162 Ivy Bridge
Intel HD Graphics 4000 PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0166 Ivy Bridge

Latest Windows 10 64bit drivers

Version Date DNL
27.20.100.8873 BETA 2020-10-05 159×
27.20.100.8783 2020-09-29 1498×
27.20.100.8778 BETA 2020-09-22 310×
27.20.100.8681 2020-09-14 511×
27.20.100.8691 BETA 2020-09-08 225×

Latest Intel PDF datasheets

PDF Datasheet Date DNL
27.20.100.8673 2020-08-24
15.45.32.5145 2020-08-18
27.20.100.8587 2020-08-18
15.33.51.5146 2020-08-17
15.40.46.5144 2020-08-17

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