Intel Ruixuan Graphics DX11 performance update, and launched a new Intel PresentMon\xa0Beta
【Lansheng Technology Information】Through the release of the latest Game On driver, Intel has improved the performance of Intel Ruixuan graphics card running a series of popular DX11 games-bringing an average frame rate increase of about 19% for gamers, and the average About 20% of the 99th Percentile frame rate fluency has been improved.
This update opened the prelude to the optimization of Intel Sharp DX11. The above-mentioned games are just the beginning of this optimization. Intel will continue to bring more game experience upgrades to users.
Intel will not stop here, and will continue to optimize Intel Sharp Graphics. The optimization and upgrade of DX11 this time is another proof of Intel's fulfillment of its commitment to players in terms of software optimization and game technology integration. Since the release of desktop graphics cards, Intel has released 30 driver updates, provided 57 new games with Game on optimization support, and provided many other improvements for many games. Intel's AI-powered XeSS technology is gaining momentum in gaming and is now supported by more than 70 games.
Intel also brought a tool for enthusiasts called "PresentMon", which you may have heard of before, which is a tool that Intel developed many years ago. "PresentMon" can provide support for many software for graphics performance analysis. Today, Intel released the first beta version of Intel® PresentMon, which brings an easier-to-use experience for enthusiasts through a comprehensive optimization and upgrade of the tool. In addition, new features have been added to facilitate game performance analysis for players.
The newly released driver brings an average performance improvement of about 19% for DX11 games. On the Intel Sharp A750 graphics card, the game performance of "Overwatch 2" has increased by as much as 33%. Intel also released a new tool for evaluating game performance—Intel® PresentMon. Intel Sharp has never stopped moving forward, and Intel Sharp A750 is now performing even better.
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