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Old 31-08-19, 05:14 PM
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Intel brings Integer "Retro" Scaling it its latest drivers

This is a Gen11 only feature.



Read more about Intel bringing "Retro Scaling" to its latest graphics chips.

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Old 31-08-19, 07:14 PM
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I'm curious if you can use this through a dGPU or if you need to unplug your monitor and plug it into the iGPU part of the mobo for it to work.
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I'm curious if you can use this through a dGPU or if you need to unplug your monitor and plug it into the iGPU part of the mobo for it to work.
It's Gen11 graphics, so this will only work on Intel's new Ice Lake notebooks. It will be ages before we see a desktop part that supports this. Intel's Gen11 graphics is a 10nm product.

As good as it is that Intel supports this, it's not like many people will be able to use it.
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I'm curious if you can use this through a dGPU or if you need to unplug your monitor and plug it into the iGPU part of the mobo for it to work.
Gone Nvidia route have we now? You used to mix between AMD and The Predator avatar...
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