Intel will give the opportunity to overclock their graphics cards directly from the driver

Intel intends to enable everyone to overclock its upcoming Arc video cards without using third-party software. The corresponding tools will be present directly in the graphics driver. There are no details, but, for example, AMD has similar features.  

Also, the driver will have the ability to capture and stream video.  

Many gamers are also content creators, so we develop robust capture capabilities that use our powerful encoding hardware. These include a virtual camera with artificial intelligence and the ability to record gameplay moments. We even integrate overclocking controls into the driver's user interface to give enthusiasts the tools they need to push their hardware to its limits.

Intel has also confirmed support for the latest version of DirectX 12 Ultimate upcoming graphics cards, which means hardware-accelerated DXR ray tracing, variable speed shading (shading) and mesh shading.  

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