Intel releases a new graphics card update for Windows 10 devices

Intel is rolling out a new update for its graphics card. The latest update bumps it to v24.20.100.6286. The update brings a couple of fixes to playback issues with YouTube. The new update is available for 6th,7th, and 8th generation processors as well as some older Pentium, Celeron, or Xeon CPUs with Intel HD Graphics 500 or better. You can head below to take a look at the changelog for the update.

  • Performance improvements and optimizations for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth* (for both DirectX* 11 and 12 versions) and Jurassic World Evolution* on 6th Generation Intel® Core processors or higher
  • Playability improvements for Vampyr* and Monster Hunter: World*
  • Media streaming improvements while using the AVC* codec at low bitrates for 6th Generation Intel® Core processors or higher
  • Power optimizations when dynamically switching to lower refresh rates during video playback
  • Security fixes and improvements
  • team* overlay may not work in Dota 2* when running in Vulkan* mode
  • Minor Graphics anomalies may be observed in Titanfall® 2 (6th Gen Intel® Core™ Only), Minecraft*, and LEGO NINJAGO* Movie Video Game
  • Intermittent crashes or hangs may occur in Unravel 2*
  • While using two displays, the arrangement settings in Windows* may reset if the resolution of the second display is changed.
  • Inaccurate color may be observed during YouTube* playback in web browsers when hardware acceleration is turned on
  • Sketchup* application may become unresponsive
  • Stereoscopic 3D may not work when viewing a 3D video
  • Remote desktop protocol (RDP) and Virtual Network Computing (VNC) applications show a black screen when updating the graphics driver in guest user mode

Unfortunately, the update comes with some known issues as well. You can head below to take a look at the known issues.

  • Minor Graphics anomalies may be observed in Monster Hunter: World*, Stonehearth* and other games
  • Windows Advanced Display Settings may show incorrect bit-depth on some primary monitors which leads to inaccurate colors.
  • Virtual machine (VM) session may go blank when running some 3D benchmarks and YouTube* sessions

You can use the Intel Assistant to get the latest driver updates or directly download the updates from Intel’s website below:

Source: Intel, Via: Neowin

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