Intel, to introduce new graphics drivers that automatically optimize game settings

Since a lot of attention is being paid to the upper end of the GPU market, especially because of the impact of cryptocurrency mining on the availability of the best quality of video game graphics, one would assume that the lower end might face rejection. But it seems that is not the case as both AMD and Intel have become more focused on the needs of gamers who are not arriving in the gaming world. In view of this, Intel is introducing a novel feature for its processors with integrated graphics, which allows games to be optimized automatically on systems. The feature is somewhat of a like nature to Nvidia’s GeForce Experience, an application designed to fine-tune settings of games so they can function properly on a laptop or PC. The new graphics control software created by Intel is useful particularly on laptops that aren’t really designed to run games, and it functions on all Skylake or newer processors.

If you happen to be running a thin/light notebook, which in most cases sports some discrepancy of Intel HD graphics, then the new utility of the company will probably be welcome. As of Intel Graphics for Windows driver version 15.65, users will be able to access the feature which happens to have the same capabilities provided by Nvidia and AMD for their own GPUs in the Graphics Control Panel that loads with the drivers.

According to the reports reaching us from our sources, the feature configures optimal settings for a lot of games hinging on the Intel graphics chip installed in a system. The feature works with both Intel HD integrated graphics on sixth-generation processors and later and with the upcoming Kaby Lake-G processors on an eighth-generation quad-core Intel CPU with an AMD Radeon RX Vega GL GPU.

These processors are yet undergoing beta testing and they will be supporting such games as Battlefield 1, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty, WWII, Destiny 2, Grand Theft Auto V, League of Legends, Overwatch, Dota 2, and World of Tanks. More games can be optimized on the Iris Pro systems. To download Intel’s newest graphics driver, go to the company’s website.

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