Does playing blu-ray movies require dedicated graphic cards, or it would be totally fine with Intel’s integrated graphic chips?
- 4 months agoFavorite Answer
No, it doesn't require a dedicated graphics card. Assuming the integrated graphics are powerful enough (anything since 2006 should work for standard Blu-Rays, and anything since 2012 with a decent CPU would work for 4K). Some of the first commercially available Blu-Ray players were basically Pentium 4s with integrated Intel graphics on a proprietary motherboard.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 74 months ago
only the newest intel integrated graphics can do this tolerably. you didn't say which cpu you hove or are considering
- keerokLv 74 months ago
It's in the optical drive. Make sure you get a BD-ROM drive. Ordinary CD/DVD drives aren't Blu-ray capable. Any graphic card or media player will do.