Intel Graphics Driver 220.127.116.1126 eliminates the internal graphics errors of 10th and 11th generation processors.
The latest version of the Windows 10 graphics driver has been released by Intel. Intel Graphics Driver 18.104.22.16826 specifically targets GPU units that are integrated with the brand’s processors. In this sense, the version that provides bug fixes does not add support for new games.
The highlight of the release is that it fixes a few bugs with 11th generation Intel Core Processors. In addition, other corrections are listed as follows:
Below average score observed in SPECViewperf 13 benchmark on 11th generation Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics.
YouCam camera preview and video playback may be black on 10th Gen Intel Core processors and higher versions.
An occasional error code may occur when attaching or removing an external display when playing Netflix content in the Edge browser and running on 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics.
On 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics, flashing light can be observed on the 3D monitor when “3D display mode” is enabled.
Despite all these fixes, there is a long list of known issues with the release. Cyberpunk 2077 has some intermittent crashes or hang-ups while using Iris Xe graphics.
On the support side, there are no big changes. You can use the driver on computers with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) and higher. As of hardware, the corresponding Xeon, Celeron and Pentium processors with integrated graphics are supported as well as integrated GPUs found in most Intel Core processors from the 6th generation.