Intel again forgot to release the final graphics driver for its new processors. This time, the “atomic” CPU Jasper Lake suffered.
Recall that a similar situation happened in April when the desktop Rocket Lake came out. As a result, new CPUs were sold for about a week without a graphics driver.
How long Intel will need this time and why the company made the same mistake the second time is completely unclear. But in both cases, we are talking about GPU Xe.
The situation with Jasper Lake is actually different from that of Rocket Lake. The former are mobile processors, which means that most laptops have both an operating system and a driver already installed.
The problem came to light when one of the owners decided to completely empty the drive of his brand new Dell laptop and then discovered that the necessary driver for the GPU was nowhere to be found. At the same time, systems with Jasper Lake have been sold for at least more than a month.