Better PC Gaming Experience with Intel’s Updated Graphics Driver


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Intel has introduced a new feature that will allow automatic game settings configuration and it is available in its updated graphics control software. This new feature is said to make PC games easier to play. 

While it may be a hassle for gamers to use a computer that has a standalone graphics card because it requires tedious adjustment with visual settings and resolution, the semiconductor manufacturing company has made it simpler for users to do automatic game setting configuration.

In its report, the company said that the user simply has to check the Graphics Control Panel, then they have to find the “gaming icon” for the said update. It also currently supports games, including World of Tanks, American Truck Simulator, Battlefield 1 and 4, Grand Theft Auto V, DOTA 2, WWII Destiny, League of Legends, Call of Duty, and Overwatch.

The American chipmaker also notes other changes, such as improved performance in the video encoding, optimizations for powering saving during UH gaming and video playback, and the graphics workloads’ enhanced performance.

The new feature will reportedly be enabled in all sixth-generation Intel or the newer processors. Various computers that are incorporated in this update are those released by HP, Dell, and Asus.

Intel’s improvements will compete with GeForce Experience introduced by Nvidia technology company. The GeForce Experience automatically notifies the user to capture their best moments in a game to share with their friends. It also adjusts the game settings.