Intel released the latest graphics driver version 188.8.131.5255 on October 14. This driver is suitable for Intel’s sixth-generation nuclear display to the eleventh-generation Iris Xe nuclear display and Iris independent display, with a size of about 550MB.
The driver also supports Windows 11, the core graphics cards of Intel’s 10th and 11th generation Core processors, and supports H.264 and HEVC video DX12 encoding acceleration under Windows 11.
The following is the update log:
- Fixed minor graphical anomalies seen in Cyberpunk (DX12), Hitman 2 (DX12), and Wolfenstein: Youngblood (Vulkan).
- The 11th-generation Core processor Iris Xe core display has slight graphics abnormalities in Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 and Ark Survival Evolved (with Intel sharpening filter enabled), and the problem has been fixed.
- Fix the black screen problem after pressing ALT + TAB when the Ruiju Xe nuclear display is playing the game Frenzy 2 (Vulkan).
- Fix the intermittent crash or suspension problem seen in Ark: Survival Evolved, Star Wars: Squadron, and Warframe (DX12) for Intel Xe-based discrete graphics cards.
- Fix the Intel Xe architecture discrete graphics card and perform minor graphics abnormalities seen in European Truck Simulator 2, marvel Avengers (DX12), and Metro: Departure (DX12).
Intel also stated that there are still many problems with core graphics and discrete graphics, and there are bugs when running a variety of games and software such as Adobe Premiere Pro. These problems will be fixed in the future.