Cutting the Hussar has improved the vulnerability of the old products.
Intel took the unprecedented step of later disabling DirectX 12 GUI support for integrated graphics controllers on 4th generation Core, Pentium, and Celeron processors based on the same architecture. These are the vintage 2013 models of the Haswell family. This is because he found a vulnerability in which he could be exploited by DirectX 12, which he was able to fix in a cost-effective manner by completely disabling the API.
Accordingly, anyone who installs driver 188.8.131.5207 or later on Windows 10 will not be able to start playing games that use DirectX 12 exclusively. The only good news is that there is a possibility that it is of no practical importance, as no games that require DirectX 12 are likely to run at a reasonable speed on low-dew integrated graphics.
- 4th generation Core processors with Iris Pro Graphics 5200 iGPU;
- 4th generation Core processors with Iris Graphics 5100 iGPU;
- 4th generation Core processors with HD Graphics 5000/4600/4400/4200 iGPU;
- Pentium and Celeron processors are based on the same 4th generation Core processor architecture with HD Graphics iGPU.
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