The i740 ( code-named Auburn ) is the first graphics processor from Intel and was released in 1998. It was developed by Real3D, at that time a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin. His performance in comparison to other, then current graphics chips from NVIDIA or 3dfx is satisfactory but not dominant. As the development in the field of 3D acceleration but rapidly progressed, the chip obsolete very soon to have left on the market without large traces. Production was discontinued in 1999. His successor is the I752.

The i740 is so far the only graphics processor from Intel that is designed for discrete graphics cards.