Intel has recently updated its own Intel HD Graphics Driver for Core M built-in HD 5300 and also optimize for Intel Fourth-generation Core processors (Haswell), the performance increment in some projects reaches  30%.

Intel Display Driver for Core M and Haswell, 30% increment in OpenCL performance

Intel Core M

The new driver is optimized for Core M and Haswell Processors who are equipped with the Intel HD, Iris and Iris Pro, the performance significantly increases the CMAA and adaptive anti-aliasing rendering control queries are also added.

The performance of some scenes will enhance OpenCL load up to 30 percent, and in some games the performance is increased to 10 percent. In addition, the new drive also has a new control panel, add more media playback and display aspects of customization options.

The user can open the control center, but in order to avoid blurring the unexpected occurs, some of the software and the scene will automatically disable the option, such as IE, Chrome, Firefox , Resource Manager, Windows 8.1 Image applications. The adaptive rendering technology is previously also rendered in some games, there is a change in only video part to avoid static portion.

The driver’s version number is and, supports 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7/8 / 8.1, both are available for download to the Haswell architecture Core processors only.

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