Intel forgot to release graphic drivers for Rocket Lake CPUs of the 11th generation

Somehow the company neglected to publish the requisite graphic drivers by releasing the Intel 11th generation Rocket Lake CPUs. Intel's graphic driver is normally available on its official website, although users have been told that their respective hardware is not supported by the Website.

Nearly 600$ had been paid for the processor itself, which many people considered to be molested. It is interesting also that several reviewers had the pre-release drivers in advance of the embargo. According to feedback, the integrated graphics in the UHD 750 processor of the Tiger Lake handheld processor last year was functionally the same as the integrated graphics.

Lisa Pearce, Intel's director of digital graphics innovation, said the drivers will be made available this week beginning today.


According to Techspot, you don't have to wait till Monday to play CS, GO for 30 fps, if you have a Rocket Lake processor and do not have a video card to pair.

The .zip file can be installed from Techspot's website for the general Intel Graphics driver by clicking here. The Windows driver instal utility lets you manually instal it: Device Manager > Display Adapters > UHD 750 > Properties > Driver > Driver update > Properties > Driver > Driver update > Driver > Driver update. Check the driver software on my computer.

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