Intel Graphics Command Center

Intel DCH Drivers version is now available for Windows 10 May 2019 Update, October 2018 Update and older versions. Intel graphics driver version comes with support for a few new games and the usual bug fixes.

As per the changelog, the latest version of the driver adds support for teel Division 2 and The Sinking City on Intel UHD Graphics 620 or higher. F1 2019 is now supported on Intel Iris Pro graphics or better.

A notable change in the latest drivers is performance improvements for Unreal Engine 4. Intel hasn’t revealed the changes the company implemented to improve Unreal Engine 4, but it should give a general performance boost to a few unnamed games.

Intel is fixing a bug that resulted in graphical anomalies when playing Devil May Cry 5 with DX12 on certain systems. Another bug has been addressed where Microsoft Edge experienced visual issues on PCs with CMAA enabled.

With June 2019 release, Intel is also improving support for Universal Windows Platform (UWP) media apps and HDR experience.

The update fixes a bug that may have affected Miracast connection on 8th generation Intel processors. Intel says the issue was experienced when the user uninstalled and reinstalled graphics driver.

Intel is aware of at least two known issues in this release. A bug may cause crashes or hangs when playing the following games:

  • Sniper Elite V2 Remastered.
  • Rage 2 (Vulkan).
  • World War Z (Vulkan) in 1080p Medium and High settings.
  • Madden NFL19.

Intel is aware of another bug where Stormworks: Build and Rescue may crash when running creo-02 workload on PCs with 8th and 9th generation processor.

The drivers can be updated with Intel Driver & Support Assistant app or manually from Intel’s website.

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