Intel Graphics Driver this time came with support for Rocket Lake UHD 750 and 730 chipsets.

Intel Graphics Driver, released by Intel earlier last month, did not have Rocket Lake support. Now the driver has received support for UHD 750 and UHD 730 chipsets.

The drive is exactly the same as the one released on March 3, but can now be installed on systems with the 11th generation Rocket Lake UHD 750 or 730 chipset. The full version details are as follows;

The driver comes with a crash fix seen when launching Outriders on Intel Iris Xe Max graphics and game load time improvements for Death Stranding on Intel Iris Xe. In addition, stability fixes for DaVinci Resolve video editing software are also provided on Intel Iris Xe Max graphics. In the release, there is also a developer feature that supports the New Level Zero installer layer tracking API. In addition, Intel graphics users who still experience intermittent crashes when starting Cyberpunk 2077 and other games must install the version

Users are able to install the driver on computers with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) and higher. On the hardware side, the corresponding Xeon, Celeron and Pentium processors with integrated graphics are also supported, as well as integrated GPUs found in most Intel Core processors from the 6th generation.


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