New Intel Arc graphics driver boosts performance by up to 8%

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A new driver for Intel’s troubled Arc gaming graphics cards has been released with claimed performance boosts of up to eight percent. (opens in new tab) The driver also fixes a number of known game-specific glitches, details further bugs for future rectification and addresses problems with Intel Arc Control software.

Intel cites eight games that benefit from improved performance, with Dirt 5 heading the list with that eight percent boost. Intel says that figure is delivered running at 1440p…

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