Intel’s New Driver Offers Up To 313% Performance Boost In Assassin’s Creed: Unity

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Assassin’s Creed Unity Gets Massive Performance Boost With New Drivers!

Intel has launched a new BETA graphics driver,, which provides noticeable performance improvements to your Intel ARC graphics cards. The latest drivers offer Game On support for AEW: Fight Forever and the horror game Layers of Fear.

This BETA driver has no bug fixes listed, but the known issues are still quite long. The most interesting about this driver is that it brings massive uplift to a 9-year-old game Assassin’s Creed Unity.

The improvements this driver brings in Assassin’s Creed: Unity is impressive. We are talking about being able to experience a performance improvement of up to 271%-313%.

If we talk about the increase in Assassin’s Creed Unity (DirectX 11) experience up to 271% uplift at 1080p. At 1440p, it experiences a 313% uplift with high settings. 

Another of the great beneficiaries is the F1 22 (DirectX 12). At 1080p with graphics on high, there has been a performance increase of up to 36%; raising the resolution to 1440p in High quality, the performance improvement is up to 20%; at 1080p in Ultra High quality, with Ray Tracing, the performance improvement is up to 10%.

In Deathloop (DirectX 12), we see up to 10% performance improvement at 1080p resolution in Ultra quality; and up to 8% at 1440p resolution with Very High quality.

Intel continues to polish and make its graphics cards even better in the mid-range segment. All these results are achieved by the Intel Core i9-13900k system coupled with ARC 750 Limited Edition. If you wish to download these drivers, you can download them from the official Intel website.

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