Windows 11 gets March 2024 drivers from Intel, AMD and Nvidia | Laptop News

March 2024 driver updates are now available for Windows 11 or 10 from Intel, AMD, and Nvidia. These updates are designed to fix bugs and help some games run better on your devices. Important driver updates will be offered via Windows Update, so you don’t need to rush for drivers when you don’t need these fixes.

Let’s first take a closer look at Intel’s updated GPU drivers. According to release notes, Intel has released an update for its graphics drivers, which support a range of hardware, including Arc, Iris Xe, and Core Ultra. Intel GPU driver version optimizes several popular games, such as Diablo IV and The Legend of the Condor Heroes.

Notably, games like Sons of the Forest and Granblue Fantasy: Relink see performance boosts ranging from 5% to 174%. Intel published the graphics driver version on March 20, and you can grab the offline installer (gfx_win_101.5379.exe) on the company’s website.

But we strongly recommend using Intel’s support assistant app, which is a web-based installer that quickly updates drivers. Also, you’ll find it in your system tray, so you can check for updates anytime.

Here’s a full list of key fixes you’d see after the update:

  • Intel Arc users might encounter crashes with games like Counter-Strike 2 and DOTA 2.
  • Core Ultra with Intel Arc users may see crashes in applications like Serif Affinity Photo 2.

However, watch out for some known issues. Intel warns some of you may experience increased loading times for Horizon Forbidden West and potential crashes.

One more thing: If you use Arc Pro Series workstation graphics, there’s also a new update for your gig, which increases the version to (WHQL), adds certifications…

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