Thursday, October 4th 2018

Intel Releases Graphics Driver 25.20.100.6323 for Windows 10

The release of Windows 10 October 2018 Update has had the side-effects of new driver releases from a variety of manufacturers. NVIDIA released its GeForce 416.16 WHQL drivers today, and now Intel has also released the first driver update for its graphics chips following the release of this major Windows 10 update. This WDDM 2.5 driver introduces HDR10 on internal displays, support for Wide Color Gamut on capable displays, as well as improvements in EDR Quality.

The driver also introduces performance improvements for Microsoft WinML-based applications on 7th Generation Intel Core processors and higher. Power optimizations are also included even when the display is in standby. This driver also has performance improvements for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 (DirectX 11 version) on 6th Generation Intel Core processors or higher.
DOWNLOAD: Intel Graphics Driver 25.20.100.6323 for Windows 10

The change-log follows.

New features
  • Enables full quality HDR10 in embedded laptop displays
  • HDR and EDR enhancements for external and laptop displays
  • Support for Wide Color Gamut Displays
  • WinML performance optimizations
  • Support for DirectX 12 Shader Model 6.3 Compiler
  • Improves hot plug audio synchronization between the Graphics and Audio drivers
  • Performance improvements and optimizations for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 on 6th Generation Intel Core processors or higher
  • Memory Optimizations in Vulkan
  • Improved color quality during video playback and battery lifetime when display is in standby
  • Security fixes and improvements
Key issues fixed
  • Minor Graphics anomalies may be observed in Phantasy Star Online 2
  • Intermittent crashes or hangs may occur in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Vulkan), Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 (OpenCL)
  • Checkmark indicating 'optimization' not updating correctly in the Intel Control Panel Gaming page
  • Panel Self Refresh remains disabled after full-screen video playback, which may impact battery life
  • Intermittent display flickering when display is idle on certain multi-refresh rate panels
  • Miracast display may not go full-screen in some systems
  • A Virtual Machine session may go blank when running some 3D benchmarks and YouTube sessions, or if Graphics acceleration enabled, if using a Windows 10 October 2018 Update (RS5) driver
Known Issues
  • Intermittent crashes or hangs may occur in Forza Motorsport 7
  • Windows Advanced Display Settings may show incorrect bit-depth on some primary monitors which leads to inaccurate colors.
  • With Windows 10 October 2018, when recovering from hibernate, Amazon Prime video playback may be come choppy and have audio corruption.
  • When upgrading to Windows 10 October 2018, some installs may fail due to an Intel audio driver
Source: Intel
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3 Comments on Intel Releases Graphics Driver 25.20.100.6323 for Windows 10

#1
Readlight
Does it work also on sandy bridge hd2000?
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jeremyshaw
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Does it work also on sandy bridge hd2000?
Looks to be restricted to Skylake and newer (6th gen onwards).
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king of swag187
They seem to be finnally forging ahead and leaving behind the x-Bridge and x-Well series of CPU's
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