Intel launched a new Intel Arc 18.104.22.16877 WHQL driver, which mainly adds support for the upcoming Arc A570M and A530M mobile discrete graphics cards, and also solves the problem of using mobile Arc graphics cards. When running the F1 23 game on a system running on, switching to DirectX 12 mode causes the game to crash.
Here is the full changelog for the driver:
Driver Version: 22.214.171.12477 WHQL
Date: July 31, 2023
Supports Intel Arc A570M and A530M Graphics.
Fix the problem:
Intel Arc Graphics Products: F1 23 (DX12) may experience application crashes on some laptops equipped with Intel Arc A-series graphics.
Intel Arc graphics products
Shadow of the Tomb Raider (DX11) may experience an application crash after loading into the game menu.
The system may hang when waking from sleep and may require a system restart to resume.
GPU hardware acceleration may not be available for media playback and encoding in some versions of Adobe Premiere Pro.
Topaz Video AI may encounter bugs when using certain models for video enhancement.
Blender 3.6 may experience an application crash during rendering operations when hardware ray tracing is enabled.
Adobe After Effects may experience an application crash during rendering operations.
Intel Core processor products:
Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 (DX12) may experience visual artifacts under certain light sources such as fire.
Intel Arc Control Known Issues:
Screen recording with Arc Control Studio in some games may incorrectly generate multiple video files.
When Intel Arc Control is installed, the system may consume slightly higher power than expected during system sleep or hibernation.
Camera screen previews could incorrectly be preserved when switching between desktop and overlay modes.
When using an HDMI display connection, the "Connector" type in the display page may incorrectly display DP.
A "Stream ended" popup may appear after turning on the power event for the Recording/Highlights/Broadcast toggle.
Intel Arc Control Performance Tuning (Beta):
Intel Arc Control Performance Tuning is currently in beta. Therefore, performance and functionality may vary unexpectedly. Intel will continue to refine the performance tuning software in future releases.