Intel has released its latest Windows DCH driver beta 126.96.36.19930 for Arc graphics cards as well as its Xe LP-based integrated graphics. The highlight of the new version is support for Windows 11 version 22H2 feature update.
In addition to that, it also brings support for a few games including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Beta, which is currently in Early Access. Find the full changelog below:
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GAME:
- Intel® Game On driver support on Intel® Arc™ A-Series Graphics for:
- The DioField Chronicle* (DX12)
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Beta Early Access* (DX12)
- Intel® Arc™ Driver 101.3430 BETA is bundled with the latest version of Intel® Arc™ Control 4765 to streamline the installation experience, resulting in a larger driver package file size.
- Marvel’s Spider-Man* (DX12) may exhibit an application crash when loading into game with ray-traced reflections enabled.
- Total War: Warhammer III* (DX11) may exhibit color corruption in some regions of the overworld map.
- Call of Duty: Vanguard* (DX12) may experience lower than expected performance in the main menu.
- Marvel’s Guardian of the Galaxy* (DX12) may exhibit flickering texture corruption gameplay in some areas
- Horizon Zero Dawn* (DX12) may exhibit texture and color corruption on certain terrains and skyboxes.
- Overwatch* (DX11) may experience lower than expected performance in certain map environments
- Metro Exodus* (DX11) may exhibit CTD or app crash during gameplay.
- Conqueror’s Blade* (DX11) may experience an application crash when launching the game.
- League of Legends* (DX11) may experience lower than expected performance when using the DX11 option on certain Intel® Arc™ A730M series graphics products.
- The Movies & TV* app may experience a crash during HDR video playback and when switching to full screen video.
- Blender* may exhibit OpenGL rendering errors with certain Intel® system configurations.
- Some Intel® Arc™ A380 series graphics cards may intermittently restart the system when resuming from S3 sleep.
INTEL® ARC™ CONTROL RESOLVED ISSUES:
- Recording with Arc Control Studio Capture and “In Stream” mode enabled may not save the output video file to the desired length.
- Streaming with Arc Control Studio Capture and “In Stream” mode enabled may cause unexpected connection instability to the desired platform.
- Certain types of images may not load when using the Arc Control Camera “Background Replacement” option.
- Arc Control may be invoked incorrectly during the login screen.
- Arc control may auto-close incorrectly when arc control is invoked and the system remains idle.
- Marvel’s Spider-Man* (DX12) may experience shadow corruption when using FSR 2.0 scaling.
- Marvels Spider-Man* (DX12) may exhibit scene corruption when Ambient Occlusion is disabled or set to HBAO+
- Sniper Elite 5* (DX12) may experience an application crash on certain hybrid graphics system configurations when the Windows® “Graphics Performance Preferences” option for the application is not set to “High Performance”.
- Some Intel® Arc™ A380 series graphics product fans may continue to operate when the graphics card or system is idle.
INTEL® ARC™ CONTROL KNOWN ISSUES:
- Windows UAC Admin is required to install and launch Arc Control.
- Arc Control may not update properly. A workaround is to uninstall Arc Control from Add or Remove Programs before updating.
- Some applications may display a transparent or blank window when CMAA is set to “Force ON” globally.
- Some applications may exhibit pixel corruption when the sharpen filter is enabled globally.
- Opening Arc Control in some game titles with ALT+I during gameplay may not display correctly.
- Using Arc Control Studio Capture with “In Stream” mode enabled may not save the entire clip correctly at a resolution setting of 1080p.
- A 1440p resolution selection in Arc Control Studio Capture may not be available when the display’s native resolution is 4K.
- The Arc Control Studio camera overlay position may not retain the desired position and size after a system reboot.
- Hot-plugging peripherals such as cameras, microphones, or displays while Arc Control is open may cause Arc Control to stop responding.
- Arc Control may not scale automatically when switching from 1080p to 4K resolution.
- Some Arc Control telemetry metrics may not match third-party applications or built-in operating system functions.
- Arc Control Studio’s Camera tab may take longer than expected when first navigated.
- Hot-plugging a secondary display with Arc Control called may cause Arc Control to stop responding.
- Hot-plugging a display with an Arc Control Studio Capture audio device configured to display audio may cause an error when trying to capture or stream.
Intel® Arc™ Control Performance Tuning (BETA):
- Intel® Arc™ Control Performance Tuning is currently in beta. As such, performance and functionality may behave in unexpected ways. Intel® will continue to refine the Performance Tuning software in future releases.
You can download the driver by going to Intel official website on this link. The driver is compatible with Intel Arc discrete graphics cards alongside 11th and 12th generation Intel graphics processors.
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