Brings fixes and improvements for several games
While you might not get a high FPS on extreme resolutions, Intel's iGPUs still hold a high percentage on Steam hardware survey, so there are plenty of users playing games on it, therefore it is good to see that Intel has started to more actively update its graphics drivers and bring support and bug fixes, including the latest Intel Graphics Driver for Windows 10 version 18.104.22.16894.
As Motley Fool suggested
Ashraf Eassa from Motley Fool has released the info that an Intel discrete GPU will be for gaming. Fudzilla can add that gaming was always in the plan and that AI is the key. Just bear one thing in mind, Intel is very serious on edge computing and Intel's improved IGP will play a crucial part in the scheme.
200 million SKUs opportunity possible
Last Monday Intel announced that it is using AMD graphics with HBM2 memory in its thinner notebooks and its own Kaby Lake G CPU. Intel didn’t reveal many details but Fudzilla can confirm via our well-placed industry sources that this is a Vega GPU and the project was codenamed P22.
We can now confirm the rumours that Intel has given up on Nvidia because it has written a cheque to license AMD's graphics.
A rumor wheel turns like a hamster treadmill
Although the information is scarce and there is certainly no confirmation from either Intel or AMD, the rumor is that these two companies have signed a licensing deal that should put AMD GPU in future Intel CPUs.
Support for DirectX 12 and more
Following the release of Microsoft's new Windows 10 OS, Intel has launched its newest IGP drivers which bring some improvements as well as full support for Windows 10, DirectX 12, Miracast and more.
Up to 10 percent improvement for HD 4000
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