HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1) vs GeForce 9300 GS

HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1)
Memory: 0Mb System Shared DESKTOP
Release date: 1 Sep 2015
HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1)
GeForce 9300 GS
Memory: 512Mb DDR2 DESKTOP
Release date: 1 Jun 2008
GeForce 9300 GS

Summary

Reasons to consider HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1)

This is a much newer product, it might have better long term support.

Reasons to consider GeForce 9300 GS

Based on an outdated architecture (Nvidia Tesla), there are no performance optimizations for current games and applications.
PhysX support, however PhysX performance on newest games may be poor.

No clear winner declared

We have no data to declare a winner at this time.


Specifications

Core Configuration

HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1) GeForce 9300 GS
GPU Name Skylake GT1 () vs G98 (G98-700-U2)
Fab Process 14 nm vs 65 nm
Die Size 49 mm² vs 86 mm²
Transistors 189 million vs 210 million
Shaders 96 vs 8
Compute Units 0 vs 1
Core clock 300 MHz vs 567 MHz
ROPs 3 vs 4
TMUs 12 vs 8

Memory Configuration

HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1) GeForce 9300 GS
Memory Type System Shared vs DDR2
Bus Width System Shared vs 64 bit
Memory Speed System Shared vs 333 MHz
666 MHz effective
Memory Size 0 Mb vs 512 Mb

Additional details

HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1) GeForce 9300 GS
TDP 15 watts vs 0 watts
Release Date 1 Sep 2015 vs 1 Jun 2008

Raw Performance comparison

Pixel Rate

  • HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1)
    0.90 GP/s
  • GeForce 9300 GS
    2.27 GP/s

GigaPixels - higher is better

Texel Rate

  • HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1)
    3.60 GT/s
  • GeForce 9300 GS
    4.54 GT/s

GigaTexels - higher is better

Memory bandwidth

  • HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1)
    0.00 GB/s
  • GeForce 9300 GS
    5.33 GB/s

GB/s - higher is better

Single precision performance

  • HD Graphics 510 (Skylake GT1)
    57.60 GFLOPs
  • GeForce 9300 GS
    22.40 GFLOPs

GFLOPs - higher is better