One to have for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth on Intel IGP
Intel has started to keep up with new games by releasing a new graphics driver update whenever there is a major launch, and World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is no exception.
Brings fixes and improvements for several games
While you might not get a high FPS on extreme resolutions, Intel's iGPUs still hold a high percentage on Steam hardware survey, so there are plenty of users playing games on it, therefore it is good to see that Intel has started to more actively update its graphics drivers and bring support and bug fixes, including the latest Intel Graphics Driver for Windows 10 version 184.108.40.20694.
SVP Raja Koduri confirms
Intel’s chief architect, senior vice president of the newly formed Core and Visual Computing Group, ex. Radeon Technology guru Raja Koduri has confirmed on Twitter that its discrete graphics will come in 2020.
Vega 64 real replacement
As Fudzilla reported a few times, Navi 10, the small Navi, manufactured on 7nm, is set to arrive at some point in 2019. There will be a big gaming GPU called Navi 20, but this one won’t come until 2020.
Mobile guys now in charge for Frostbite
One of the key guys behind Adreno, Tim Leland, has joined EA and is working under CTO as a general manager and VP in charge of the Frostbite engine. He will report to the EA’s CTO, Ken Moss. This hire definitely sets a wind of change within Electronic Arts.
No kidding. What goes up, must go down
I dunno, dear readers of Fudzilla, if you've ever been on a rollercoaster?
Higher focus on the graphics driver
Intel has released its newest major graphics driver update which features support for Microsoft's Windows 10 April 2018 update, and brings some bug fixes and improvements. The new driver update also shows Intel's newly developed focus on graphics software as its latest recruitments get to work.
One to have for Windows 10 April 2018 Update
Following Microsoft's Windows 10 April 2018 Update, AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.4.1 graphics driver update, bringing support for the new Windows 10 update as well as fixing some minor issues.
Nvidia GPUs are 25 times faster than five years ago
Jensen Huang claims that GPU chips are moving at a more rapid rate of development than CPUs and instead of following Moore's Law, they are following a supercharged law which he clearly hopes will be called Huang’s Law.