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Intel sexes up its GPUs

by on30 May 2019

Shows off test “designs.”

Intel wants to improve the user experience of the Intel Graphics Command Center by bringing in modern UI design with customisable skins.

Chipzilla is thinking of providing an improved one-click optimisation feature that will take into account your CPU and GPU capabilities and automatically configure the best settings for your favourite games.

Intel is making its newly enhanced driver package available today, and you can download it direct from the Microsoft Store.

Intel has commissioned designer Cristiano Siquiera to give us a taste of what graphics cards might look like in the year 2035. Siquiera, the original, talented designer that brought us the first set of Intel Odyssey GPU renders not long ago, focused primarily on the fan/shroud designs, and what innovations could be fostered there in the coming years.

Intel is not committing to bringing any of these designs to production, but it is hoping to incorporate some aspects based on feedback from the enthusiast community. According to Intel's Ari Rauch, Vice President for Graphics Technologies and Products, good design can't be done in an internal vacuum; it needs to be a collaborative effort with external input.

While these are just design concepts, they are worth a look.

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Last modified on 30 May 2019
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