Download either the Make install (it’s free for non-commercial use,) or the Pro edition (which will run a 30-day trial.)
Try it and see.
This graphics version (520) is one of the newest (6th generation) chipsets, so it may be that it (or it’s driver,) have problems with older (or deprecated) OpenGL function calls.
Intel® HD Graphics 520 for 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors
The standards info:
OpenGL: 4.4 (SketchUp current minimum is 2.0)
But don’t take my word, test it by getting realtech’s OpenGL test and view utility:
This is not a shortcoming. Integrated graphics use shared system memory. Seeing as how your system only has 8GB, you’ll never approach the maximum for the GPU. Basically I would guess (having been yesterday researching various Intel chipsets with integrated graphics,) … that the newer integrated graphics just have the system’s maximum memory listed as the maximum graphics memory.
So, it is really the amount of system RAM that is lacking in your list of properties.
I seem to remember someone else asking recently about the 520 Intel graphics. Searching …
Okay, I think it was this post:
SketchUp on Dell XPS 13” 9350 notebook
No actually it was this thread, and they asked about the 530 graphics:
i7 Skylake integrated graphics and SketchUp rendering
… and I stress what I said in there re, RAM and the Windows edition.