Intel Releases latest HD Graphics Driver - Enables Netflix HDR

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    now if only 10bpp was available for their consumer level graphics cards (AMD and nvidia)
     
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    chinobino Maha Guru

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    HDR enabled for Kabylake and Coffeelake only.
     
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    RavenMaster Maha Guru

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    So just for Intel Onboard graphics?
     

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    heffeque Ancient Guru

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    Also for discrete Intel graphics.
     
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    I feel we are very long overdue for REAL 32-bit color, not the fake one that Windows claims to use. 24-bit (what most of us are actually using) was fine back when 720p was common, because dithering was pretty hard to notice. But now, a lot of media is starting to look real ugly when subtle gradients are spread across a long distance.

    Depending on your definition of "consumer", some workstation GPUs support it.
     
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    nevcairiel Master Guru

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    32-bit is not something you'll really see being used, because it doesn't make much sense, either way. 24-bit is often handled as 32-bit with the addition of an alpha channel, or just for data alignment reasons (because 4 bytes/32-bit is a neat power of two, 3 bytes is not)
    More accurately one should refer to the bits per component (bpc), which typically has been 8-bit for a long time, and for HDR is now moving to 10 and 12-bit (which makes 30 or 36 bits per pixel)

    As long as PCs are stuck in the sRGB color space however, more then 8-bit isn't really needed. Would be nice, but not required. It'll still be a long time before PC applications become actually color managed and wide-gamut PC screens become widespread beyond professional use.

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    Note that 10-bit is available on all recent desktop GeForce cards through DirectX, and probably on AMD as well.
     
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    Irenicus Master Guru

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    LOL? Netflix enabled? Ummmm
     
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    Sadly, none of the driverpack actualy works for Win7 with a Coffee lake Cpu :(
     
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    It requires Windows 10.
     

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    There's any way to modify the .inf file to Work on HD 4600???
     

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