Intel processors have learned to automatically optimize graphics




in video games
Intel has released a driver update for its processors with integrated graphics systems, through which they can automatically optimize the quality of graphics in video games for the capabilities of a particular computer. This new feature is similar in many respects to the NVIDIA GeForce Experience application, which was designed to maximize the performance of games depending on the hardware on which they are running.

Embedded in modern processors, graphics systems are far from the computing power that discrete GPUs provide. That’s why users have to choose the best settings, go for a lot of compromises, at least to manage to run some video games. Similar drivers already have AMD and NVIDIA, so Intel decided not to stay away and also please the fans of video games that prefer silicon giant processors. The new function is contained in the driver version number 15.65 and is available right now.

Updated drivers will be especially useful for users who prefer to play games on their laptops, which (unless it’s a question of powerful gaming devices), as a rule, are not designed for this. Of course, not all processors, but only CPUs, will support this function, starting with the Skylake family and newer. The updated drivers affect not only Intel’s integrated graphics systems, but also, for example, the new Kaby Lake G processor, in which the AMD graphics system is integrated.



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