Intel has launched a brand-new graphics motorist variation for its Iris Xe Max DG1 dedicated graphics. So far, OEMs like Acer, to name a few, have announced notebooks with the dedicated Iris Xe Max GPU. The chauffeur fixes a mistake in the popular video-transcoding application Handbrake on such machines when using Xe Max graphics. This is the highlight of the release given that QuickSync is a major use-case for Intel’s graphics. The driver also declares to have better optimization in DirectX 9 titles.

A couple of other bugs have actually also been repaired. They are:

App crash observed while trying to play the video game in MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries. Small graphic anomalies seen in Battlefield V * (DX12).

Intel has actually also noted the concerns that it’s still working on.

Periodic Crash or hang may be seen in Tom Clancy’s The Department 2 * (DX12), Horizon Zero Dawn * (DX12), Borderlands 3 * (DX12), Fate 2 (with anti-cheat made it possible for), Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Siege, Call of Task: Black Ops Cold War * (DX12), Cyberpunk 2077 * (DX12), Avengers *(DX12), Dirt 5 * (DX12), Counter Strike: Global Offensive (with Stream Textures made it possible for). Small graphic abnormalities might be seen in Shadow of the Tomb Raider * (DX12), Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint * (DX11), Madden NFL 21 * (DX12), Forza Horizon 4, Watch Dogs: Legion (DX12), Hitman 2 * (DX12).

This motorist is just compatible with Intel’s Iris Xe Max DG1 graphics running Windows 10 64-bit May 2020 upgrade or more recent. If you own such a maker, you can download it in either exe or zip format by heading over to Intel’s download center page.