Intel Graphics v31.0.101.3729 Driver Released

Intel has prepared two new graphics drivers for its users to support processors with integrated GPUs. After recently bringing a massive 1.2GB driver update to the ARC dGPU, the company did the same with its regular drivers, letting users download drivers over 1GB. The version number is

Intel has split its graphics driver in two. One version is available for the latest 11th, 12th, and 13th generation processors, while the other provides legacy software support for 6th-10th generation CPUs.

This update is available for customers using 11th, 12th, and 13th-generation Intel processors. The highlight is support for 13th Gen Intel Core processors and Intel UHD graphics. Also included in this driver update are features that affect Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Destiny 2, Stranger in Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, Battlefield 1, Halo Infinite, Super Touring Car Racing: Legends, and Cross-Country. Some known graphics issues with games like FireWire HD.

Intel will move the 6th-10th generation Intel processor graphics and related Intel Atom, Pentium, and Celeron processor graphics to the traditional software support mode.

Users can download the latest Intel drivers from the official website.

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