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Really cheap video card?

Started 4 months ago | Discussions thread
BobKnDP Senior Member • Posts: 3,115
Re: Really cheap video card?

NickZ2016 wrote:

If it's a supported system Intel's driver support is great. Just go to the Intel driver assistant website and run the app.

By the time Asus gets around to putting any update on their website Intel has often released two newer updates.

The only advantage of getting things direct from Asus is if the driver is modified by Asus.

I admit i was thinking of their chipset drivers, and finding a download rather than using Intel's Support Assistant.

The main thing I dislike about the Support Assistant is that it insists on loading at Windows startup, and it can't readily be prevented from doing that. I find that absurd.

Why can't Intel operate like nVidia or AMD, making their driver downloads easily available, without resorting to an app?

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