5 years since I first posted about it, I've finally purchased parts for a new build, the last of which is due in around 2 weeks time. I am, however, going without a GPU due to the obvious. So I'm stuck gaming on the iGPU that comes with the 10700K, the HD630. I've got 16GB DDR4 @3,600MHz to go with it. It's mainly due to decent mATX boards on AMD being non-existent, but in the current climate going Intel was the only choice as AMD CPUs don't do video out and this build is replacing an empty space on my desk (and I'm not paying $200 for the 2 gen old 3200g). That and I got the 10700K with change from $277 including tax last week. So I'm wondering what I can expect in terms of gaming on the HD630. I doubt I can use the full 2560x1400 resolution of my monitor which arrived today but 1080p might be viable in some older games and 720p should also work. Gamersnexus posted a video discussing this yesterday: . But it doesn't really help give me an idea as to what I might be a able to get, as those tests were mainly focused on the UHD 750 @1080p & 720p would be fine for the time being (and probably won't look that bad as 1280x720 is half the native 2560x1440). I'm just wondering if anyone has any thoughts as to what the iGPU is comparable to (is it similar to the 8800GT I bought in 2008, for example). Any advice would be appreciated. Clearly Red Dead Redemption 2 is out, as is GTA V but I'm wondering if 2008 era games would be fine like GTA IV, or Command and Conquer Tiberium Wars? That would more than keep me going as I haven't played them for years so wouldn't mind another go at the single player campaign.