An integrated graphics processor (IGP) (sometimes integrated/shared graphics solutions) is a graphics processing unit (GPU) that has been integrated into a system and shares the same resources (e.g. memory, I/O) with the rest of the system. Most IGPs are usually found either as part of the chipset (e.g. on the motherboard) or as part of the microprocessor itself (i.e. share the same die), although that is not strictly required.
Integrated graphics processors are designed to make use of the existing resources in the computer system such as main memory. This is in contrast to dedicated graphics processors which are designed to have their own dedicated resources.
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