Integrated graphics, long the butt of jokes among PC gamers—that technology so worthless that it comes free with your laptop—are finally due some respect.
Integrated graphics that didn’t stink started with Ryzen 3000, and continued with Intel’s 10th-gen Ice Lake and again with Ryzen 4000. Intel, however, took it up another notch when it introduced its 11th gen “Tiger Lake” CPUs with Iris Xe graphics.
And yes, it can run Crysis. Not the remastered version, but the one from 2007. Here’s the proof (see blue bars below):