The processors Intel Ivy Bridge presented April 23 (you can read Intel Core i7 3770K Ivy Bridge, the first time to 22 nanometers ) led several news and this has aroused great interest among the new graphics chip HD Graphics 4000 . We recall that the new Intel solution supports DX 11 and allows libraries to obtain a marked performance increase over the old HD 3000 Graphics.
The first tests did not reveal any really stunning performances (especially in DX 11) but was expected to improve with drivers updated and improved. In this regard, the Colossus of Santa Clara offers adventure hour for a driver update to Windows 8 , we talk about the release 15280b available for 32 and 64 bits.
In this new beta version introduces native support for Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM v1.2) and Stereoscopic 3D, and we do not know yet whether there will be a performance boost.