I’ve seen quite a few posts that recommend either getting a computer that includes a dedicated graphics card or adding a dedicated graphics card to an existing computer because of many problems related to Intel integrated graphics processors.
And I think that’s painting with too broad a brush! I’ve been happily using my Lenovo X240 laptop (with two big screens when docked) and it’s dedicated Intel HD Graphics 4400 ever since I started using SketchUp. And I’ve never had a problem, nor needed to uncheck “Use Fast Feedback”.
Perhaps it’s because Lenovo does a better job of screening updates to the display drivers, or because the HD Graphics 4400 is one of the few (perhaps the only) Intel integrated graphics processors that don’t exhibit any of the reported problems.
Nonetheless, please - when disparaging Intel Integrated Graphics, use “most” instead of implying that problems exist with all of them!