Intel today released its drivers v184.108.40.20684 for its graphics solutions, being the first to release non-beta drivers for Windows 11, in addition to complying with the WDDM 3.0 format, adding support for DirectX 12 Shader Model 6.6 and the Microsoft Auto function. HDR for 10th Gen Intel Core graphics or higher.
The download of these drivers is available on the official Intel website .
The change list for these drivers highlights the following:
- Windows 11 support
- Game support
- F1 2021
- Optimizations to reduce load time and micro-stops with Moonlight Blade (DX12) and Call of Duty: Warzone (DX12)
- Support for Microsoft Auto HDR function in Windows 11 with 10th generation Intel Core processors or higher
- Game support
- WDDM 3.0 drivers
- DirectX 12 Shader Model 6.6 support
- DirectML support
- Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) 6 Driver Update
- Intel Iris Xe MAX graphics: minor graphics anomalies with Fortnite and Balan: Wonderworld
- Intel Iris Xe MAX graphics: hang up with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (DX12) and Marvel’s Avengers (DX12)
- White screen with resolution 5120 x 2160 at 50 Hz.
- Hang with Shadowman Remastered (Vulkan), Dark Souls III, Gangstar New Orleans, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Vulkan) and World of Tanks (DX12)
- Minor graphical anomalies with Dirt 5 (DX12), Watch Dogs: Legion (DX12), Control (DX12), Far Cry: New Dawn, and 3DMark: FireStrike.
- Problems with HDMI 2.0 monitors that do not respond when waking up
- Image problems when we connect a 4K screen and select to duplicate screens
- Visual abnormalities when playing .wmv content with Movies & TV app under high CPU load using 11th Gen Intel Core notebook processors.
On the Intel website it says that they are drivers for Windows 10 and Windows 11, for the graphics of the Xe dedicated graphics and those integrated in the Intel Core from 6th generation to the 11th, in addition to Elkhart Lake.