Latest Intel Graphics Driver for Windows 11


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 Intel 7th-10th Gen Processor Graphics Drivers for Windows 10 and Windows 11

Driver Version: 31.0.101.2128
Release Date: May 31, 2024

Windows 11 and Windows 10 64-bit only download

Release Notes (.pdf)

KNOWN ISSUES:
  • Panel Self Refresh option is not appearing in the Intel Graphics Command Center.
CONTENTS OF THE PACKAGE:
  • Intel Graphics Driver
  • Intel Display Audio Driver 10.26.0.12 (6th Gen and related Pentium Silver and Celeron processors)
  • Intel Display Audio Driver 10.27.0.12 (7th, 8th, 9th, 10th Gen Intel Core processors)
  • Intel Display Audio Driver 11.1.0.20 (10th Gen Intel Core processors with Iris Plus Graphics)
  • Intel Display Audio Driver 11.2.0.10 (Intel Core Processors with Intel Hybrid Technology)
  • Intel Media SDK Runtime (21.0.1.35)
  • Intel Graphics Compute Runtime for OpenCL* Driver
  • Intel Graphics Command Center (installed via Microsoft* Store)
  • Vulkan*3 Runtime Installer
  • Intel Graphics Driver Installer (1.0.813)
  • oneAPI Level Zero Loader and Validation Layer
  • Intel Graphics Compute Runtime for oneAPI Level Zero specification


 Intel WHQL Graphics Windows 10 and Windows 11 DCH Drivers

Driver Version: 31.0.101.3790/31.0.101.2115
Release Date: December 29, 2022

Windows 11 and Windows 10 64-bit only download

31.0.101.3790 Platform (OS Support)
  • 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Tiger Lake, Rocket Lake, Tiger Lake-H) (1909+)
  • 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Alder Lake-S, Alder Lake-H, Alder Lake-P, Alder Lake-U, Alder Lake-HX) (20H2+)
  • 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Raptor Lake-S)
  • Intel® Iris® Xe Dedicated Graphics family (Codename DG1) (20H2+)
31.0.101.2115 Platform (OS Support):
  • 6th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Skylake) (1903-21H1)
  • 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Kaby Lake) (1903-21H1)
  • 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Kaby Lake-R, Coffee Lake, Whiskey Lake) (1903+)
  • 9th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Coffee Lake-R) (1903+)
  • 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Comet Lake, Amber Lake, Ice Lake) (1903+)
  • Intel® Core™ Processor with Intel® Hybrid Technology (Codename Lakefield) (1909+)
  • Intel® Atom®, Pentium® and Celeron® processor family (Codename Apollo Lake, Elkhart Lake) (1809+)
  • Intel® Pentium® and Celeron® processor family (Codename Gemini Lake, Jasper Lake) (1903-21H1, 1909+)
Release Notes 31.0.101.3790 (.pdf)

KNOWN ISSUES:
  • Destiny 2* may exhibit display signal loss or display flashing during gameplay when HDR is enabled.
  • An “Update driver” pop-up error message may be observed when launching Battlefield 1* after upgrading from 30.0.100.9955 or older drivers
  • [12th Generation Intel Core Processors]:
    • Lighting corruption may be observed in the Halo Infinite* (DX12) multiplayer menus.
    • Grid Legends* (DX12) may experience lighting corruption when lighting quality is set to high in the games settings.
    • CrossFire HD* (DX9) may experience an application crash when task switching during gameplay.
    • Chorus* may experience an application crash in some interior areas of the game such as the ship hangar.
    • Minor graphical anomalies may be seen in Destiny 2* (DX11), CrossFire HD* (DX9), GRID Legends* (DX12) (on changing lighting quality to high) and F1 2020* (DX12) when HDR is enabled.
    • Sniper Elite 5* (DX12) may experience a game crash or TDR with an error dialog pop-up message.
    • Red Dead Redemption 2* (DX12) may experience lower than expected performance when the game API is set to DirectX®12 with VSync enabled.
  • [11th and 12th Generation Intel Core Processors]:
    • A game crash or hang may occur when changing resolution in NBA 2K21* (DX12).
  • [11th Generation Intel Core Processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics]:
    • Minor graphical anomalies may be seen in Elex* (DX11), MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries* (DX12), Strange Brigade* (DX12) and The Ascent* (DX12).
Release Notes 31.0.101.2115 (.pdf)

FIXED ISSUES:
  • An application crash may occur in Watch Dogs: Legion* (DX11) when starting the game.
KNOWN ISSUES:
  • An intermittent crash or hang may occur during gameplay in Ghostwire: Tokyo* (DX12).
  • An error message pop-up may be observed when launching Call of Duty: Vanguard* (DX12).
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive* (DX9) may experience a game crash when changing shadow quality settings in game.
  • Destiny 2* may exhibit display signal loss or display flashing during gameplay when HDR is enabled.
  • Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin* may experience an application crash during gameplay.
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint* may experience minor shadow corruption in some areas of the game.
  • CrossFire* (DX9) may experience an application crash and or security alert when joining a game.
  • Minor graphical anomalies may be observed in Call of Duty: Warzone* (DX12), Diablo II: Resurrected* (DX12), Euro Truck Simulator* (DX11), Farming Simulator 22* (DX12), Grand Theft Auto V* (DX11), Halo Infinite* (DX12), Hitman 2* (DX12), Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy* (DX12) and Microsoft Flight Simulator*(DX11).
  • An “Update driver” pop-up error message may be observed when launching Battlefield 1* after upgrading from 30.0.100.9955 or older drivers.


 Intel Beta Graphics Windows 10 and Windows 11 DCH Drivers

Driver Version: 31.0.101.3616
Release Date: September 08, 2022

Windows 11 and Windows 10 64-bit only download

Platform (OS Support):
  • 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Tiger Lake, Rocket Lake, Tiger Lake-H) (1909+)
  • 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Alder Lake-S, Alder Lake-H, Alder Lake-P, Alder Lake-U, Alder Lake-HX) (20H2+)
  • Intel® Iris® Xe Dedicated Graphics family (Codename DG1) (20H2+)
Release Notes (.pdf)

NOTES:
  • Intel has moved 6th - 10th Gen Intel Processor Graphics and related Intel Atom®, Pentium®, and Celeron® processor graphics to a legacy software support model. For more information on this support update and additional changes to the driver package, see Graphics Driver Support Update for 10th Generation and Older Intel Processor Graphics.
FIXED ISSUES:
  • Stray* (DX12) may experience an application crash or error message during gameplay.
  • Vampire The Masquerade Blood Hunt* (DX12) may exhibit an application crash during game launch.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man* (DX12) may exhibit lighting corruption when looking towards the Sun.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man* (DX12) may exhibit a soft lock when attempting to take a picture of the Empire State Building.
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man* (DX12) may exhibit missing lens flare effects with certain light sources.
KNOWN ISSUES:
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive* (DX9) may experience a game crash when changing shadow quality settings in game.
  • Destiny 2* may exhibit display signal loss or display flashing during gameplay when HDR is enabled.
  • Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin* may experience an application crash during gameplay.
  • An “Update driver” pop-up error message may be observed when launching Battlefield 1* after upgrading from 30.0.100.9955 or older drivers.
  • [12th Generation Intel Core Processors]:
  • Red Dead Redemption 2* (Vulkan) may experience an application crash when performing an ALT+TAB to desktop.
  • Color corruption may be observed in Total War: Warhammer III within the “realm of chaos” environment. o Lighting corruption may be observed in the Halo Infinite* (DX12) multiplayer menus.
  • Grid Legends* (DX12) may experience lighting corruption when lighting quality is set to high in the games settings.
  • CrossFire HD* (DX9) may experience an application crash when task switching during gameplay.
  • Chorus* may experience an application crash in some interior areas of the game such as the ship hangar. o Sniper Elite 5* (DX12) may experience a game crash or TDR with an error dialog pop-up message.
  • Red Dead Redemption 2* (DX12) may experience lower than expected performance when the game API is set to DirectX®12 with VSync enabled.
  • [11th and 12th Generation Intel Core Processors]:
    • Minor graphical anomalies may be seen in Gears 5* (DX12).
    • A game crash or hang may occur when changing resolution in NBA 2K21* (DX12).
  • [11th Generation Intel Core Processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics]:
    • Minor graphical anomalies may be seen in Elex* (DX11), MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries* (DX12), Strange Brigade* (DX12) and The Ascent* (DX12).


 Intel Arc Pro Graphics Windows 10 and Windows 11 DCH Drivers

Driver Version: 31.0.101.5319/31.0.101.5321
Release Date: March 28, 2024

Windows 11 and Windows 10 64-bit only download

Platform (OS Support):
  • 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Rocket Lake)
  • 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Alder Lake-S, Alder Lake-H, Alder Lake-P, Alder Lake-U, Alder Lake-HX, Alder Lake-N)
  • 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Raptor Lake-S, Raptor Lake-HX, Raptor Lake-H, Raptor Lake-P, Raptor Lake-U)
  • 14th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Raptor Lake Refresh)
  • Intel® Core™ Ultra processor family (Codename Meteor Lake)
  • Intel® Arc™ Graphics family (Codename Alchemist)
Release Notes (.pdf)

Highlights:
  • New ISV application certifications for Bentley LumenRT and Bentley iTwin Capture Modeler
  • New 2024 versions of Autodesk software have been added to ISV certifications.
  • Enhanced DirectX API optimizations that improve performance for compatible standalone applications and the SPECviewperf 2020 v3.1 benchmark.
KNOWN ISSUES:

Intel® Arc™ Pro A-Series Discrete GPUs
:
  • Topaz Video AI* may experience errors when using certain models for video enhancement.
  • Blender* application may experience instability on certain low system memory configurations.
Built-in Intel® Arc™ Pro GPUs with select Intel® Core™ Ultra H-series Processors:
  • Autodesk Maya* may experience an application crash while running SPECAPC* benchmark.
  • Blender* may experience an application crash while rendering some scenes on certain system memory configurations.
  • Topaz Video AI* may experience errors when using some models for video enhancements.
  • Procyon AI* may experience an application crash while running benchmark with precision float32.


 Intel Arc & Iris Xe and Core Ultra WHQL Graphics Windows 10 and Windows 11 DCH Drivers

Driver Version: 31.0.101.5592
Release Date: June 24, 2024

Windows 11 and Windows 10 64-bit only download

Platform (OS Support):
  • 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Tiger Lake, Rocket Lake, Tiger Lake-H)
  • 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Alder Lake-S, Alder Lake-H, Alder Lake-P, Alder Lake-U, Alder Lake-HX, Alder Lake-N)
  • 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Raptor Lake-S, Raptor Lake-HX, Raptor Lake-H, Raptor Lake-P, Raptor Lake-U)
  • 14th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Raptor Lake Refresh)
  • Intel(R) Core(TM) Ultra processor family (Codename Meteor Lake)
  • Intel® Iris™ Xe Dedicated Graphics family (Codename DG1)
  • Intel ® Arc™ Graphics (Codename Alchemist)
Release Notes (.pdf)

Fixed Issues:
Intel® Arc™ A-Series Graphics Products:
  • PugetBench* Extended Preset Benchmark may fail to complete on certain Adobe Premiere Pro* Processing Tests.
Known Issues:
Intel® Arc™ A-Series Graphics Products:
  • No Man’s Sky* (VK) may experience an application crash during gameplay while changing window context with Alt + Tab.
  • Enshrouded* (VK) may experience an application crash during gameplay.
  • Doom Eternal* (VK) may exhibit intermittent flickering corruption in the game menu and during gameplay.
  • Topaz Video AI* may experience errors when exporting videos after using some models for video enhancements
Intel® Core™ Ultra with built-in Intel® Arc™ GPUs:
  • Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection* (DX12) may experience an application crash on loading to gameplay.
  • PugetBench* Extended Preset Benchmark may fail to complete on certain Adobe Premiere Pro* Processing Tests.
  • Topaz Video AI* may experience errors on running certain benchmark tests.
  • Procyon AI* may experience an application crash while running benchmark with precision float32.
  • Launching a game with Endurance Gaming engaged may result in VSync persisting on after disengaging Endurance Gaming duringgameplay. A workaround is to relaunch the application.
Intel® Core™ Processor (12th-14th Generation) Products:
  • Dragon Quest X Online* (DX9) may experience sporadic application crash during gameplay.
We continuously strive to improve the quality of our products to better serve our users and appreciate feedback on any issues you discover and suggestions for future driver releases. If you have an issue to submit, please follow the guidance found here Default level information for reporting Graphics issues.rs

Intel® Arc™ Control Known Issues:
  • Arc Control Studio capture recording file may become corrupted when the mouse cursor is enabled during HDR capture.
  • Schedule Updates for Drivers may not work intermittently.


 Intel Arc & Iris Xe and Core Ultra Beta Graphics Windows 10 and Windows 11 DCH Drivers

Driver Version: 32.0.101.5762
Release Date: July 09, 2024

Windows 11 and Windows 10 64-bit only download

Platform (OS Support):
  • 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Tiger Lake, Rocket Lake, Tiger Lake-H)
  • 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Alder Lake-S, Alder Lake-H, Alder Lake-P, Alder Lake-U, Alder Lake-HX, Alder Lake-N)
  • 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Raptor Lake-S, Raptor Lake-HX, Raptor Lake-H, Raptor Lake-P, Raptor Lake-U)
  • 14th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Raptor Lake Refresh)
  • Intel® Core™ Ultra processor family (Codename Meteor Lake)
  • Intel® Iris™ Xe Dedicated Graphics family (Codename DG1)
  • Intel ® Arc™ Graphics (Codename Alchemist)
Release Notes (.pdf)

Gaming Highlights:
Intel® Game On Driver support on Intel® Arc™ A-series Graphics GPUs and Intel® Core™ Ultra with built-in Intel® Arc™ GPUs for:
  • Once Human*
  • Zenless Zone Zero*
Game performance improvements on Intel® Arc™ A-Series Graphics Products versus Intel® 31.0.101.5594 software driver for8:
  • Diablo IV* (DX12)
    • Up to 30% average FPS uplift at 1080p with Ray Tracing Ultra settings
    • Up to 35% average FPS uplift at 1440p with Ray Tracing Ultra settings
Fixed Issues:
Intel® Arc™ A-Series Graphics Products:
  • Plant vs. Zombies* Game of the Year Edition may experience lower than expected performance with 3D acceleration enabled.
Intel® Core™ Ultra with built-in Intel® Arc™ GPUs:
  • Launching a game with Endurance Gaming engaged may result in VSync persisting on after disengaging Endurance Gaming duringgameplay.
  • Plant vs. Zombies* Game of the Year Edition may experience lower than expected performance with 3D acceleration enabled.
Known Issues:
Intel® Arc™ A-Series Graphics Products:
  • Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess* (DX12) may experience application instability on the first launch of the game. Relaunching the game may resolve the instability.
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V* (DX11) may experience an application crash during gameplay.
  • No Man’s Sky* (VK) may experience an application crash during gameplay while changing window context with Alt + Tab.
  • Enshrouded* (VK) may experience an application crash during gameplay.
  • Doom Eternal* (VK) may exhibit intermittent flickering corruption in the game menu and during gameplay.
  • Topaz Video AI* may experience errors when exporting videos after using some models for video enhancements.
Intel® Core™ Ultra with built-in Intel® Arc™ GPUs:
  • Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection* (DX12) may experience an application crash on loading to gameplay.
  • Enshrouded* (VK) may experience an application crash during gameplay.
  • Puget Bench* Extended Preset Benchmark may fail to complete on certain Adobe Premiere Pro* Processing Tests.
  • Topaz Video AI* may experience errors on running certain benchmark tests.
  • Procyon AI* may experience an application crash while running benchmark with precision float32 .
Intel® Core™ Processor (12th-14th Generation) Products:
  • Dragon Quest X Online* (DX9) may experience sporadic application crash during gameplay.
We continuously strive to improve the quality of our products to better serve our users and appreciate feedback on any issues you discover and suggestions for future driver releases. If you have an issue to submit, please follow the guidance found here Default level information for reporting Graphics issues.

Intel® Arc™ Control Known Issues:
  • Arc Control Studio capture recording file may become corrupted when the mouse cursor is enabled during HDR capture.
  • Schedule Updates for Drivers may not work intermittently.
  • Arc Control Studio capture or stream may not stop intermittently when using the stop option. A workaround is to use Exit app option inSettings to stop the recording.
 
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You see it after S3 wakeup in ThrottleStop of SOC power. Under perfect idle condition with no programs open no systray and so on, it should be as low as 0.5-0.8w. With the bug it idles at around 2-3w. Touching the touchpad with your finger to move the mouse with it fixes it and it instantly goes down again to 0.8w. I never noticed this before because I also use the laptop stationary and never used the touchpad. If you use it like this, you can disable the above shown I2C in device manager and this also fixes the issue. The touchpad still works btw it is not that quick though anymore, I think the bug has something to do with too high poll rate which is stuck after S3 sleep.

I have undervolted my 9570 like this in ThrottleStop, helps a lot with thermals, and also throttle boost wattage like this which still is enough for the device but keeps temps cool, even that much that my fans never are on and always off. Cache needs to be 1/2 of core voltage.
Where exactly in ThrottleStop do I find the SOC power? This is what mines says and I did not put the computer to sleep.

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I wish I could undervolt but due to Windows 11 and needing virtualization enabled, undervolting won't work even with PowerMonkey which does not work with virtualization fully enabled.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10/11, Linux, Android, FreeBSD Unix
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Dell XPS 15 9570
    CPU
    Intel® Core™ i7-8750H 8th Gen Processor 2.2Ghz up to 4.1Ghz
    Motherboard
    Dell XPS 15 9570
    Memory
    32GB using 2x16GB modules
    Graphics Card(s)
    Intel UHD 630 & NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB DDR5
    Sound Card
    Realtek ALC3266-CG
    Monitor(s) Displays
    15.6" 4K Touch UltraHD 3840x2160 made by Sharp
    Screen Resolution
    3840x2160
    Hard Drives
    Toshiba KXG60ZNV1T02 NVMe 1024GB/1TB SSD
    PSU
    Dell XPS 15 9570
    Case
    Dell XPS 15 9570
    Cooling
    Stock
    Keyboard
    Stock
    Mouse
    SwitftPoint ProPoint
    Internet Speed
    Comcast/XFinity 1.44Gbps/42.5Mbps
    Browser
    Microsoft EDGE (Chromium based) & Google Chrome
    Antivirus
    Windows Defender that came with Windows
@Almighty1 I am honestly shocked seeing that screenshot! Your CPU is throttling due to thermal limit (PROCHOT) at 100°C WTF!? Also what you said that undervolting is not working due to Windows 11 and virtualization enabled is total nonsense, where did you get that information from? Dell disabled undervolting with a bios update, that is why I am still on bios 1.20 that was the lastt bios with undervolting working. There was a trick though to reenable undervolting by going into bios and load one of the two bios or custom defaults not sure anymore which it was you need to try. PKG power = SOC power. Your CPU is burning at 45W at just 35% load at 100°C also with speedshift off, that is terrible. No other words. Also my god! CPU voltage of 1.25V! These are my settings for normal usage where I want to run it fan less limiting at 22w with undervolt. Windows 11, virtualization on, bios 1.20. Also two cores at 100° and the other at 90°c shows your heat-spreader is not properly connected anymore to the CPU.
 

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My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11
@Almighty1 I am honestly shocked seeing that screenshot! Your CPU is throttling due to thermal limit (PROCHOT) at 100°C WTF!? Also what you said that undervolting is not working due to Windows 11 and virtualization enabled is total nonsense, where did you get that information from? Dell disabled undervolting with a bios update, that is why I am still on bios 1.20 that was the lastt bios with undervolting working. There was a trick though to reenable undervolting by going into bios and load one of the two bios or custom defaults not sure anymore which it was you need to try. PKG power = SOC power. Your CPU is burning at 45W at just 35% load at 100°C also with speedshift off, that is terrible. No other words. Also my god! CPU voltage of 1.25V! These are my settings for normal usage where I want to run it fan less limiting at 22w with undervolt. Windows 11, virtualization on, bios 1.20. Also two cores at 100° and the other at 90°c shows your heat-spreader is not properly connected anymore to the CPU.
ThrottleStop does not have access to the CPU voltage control register if running in a VM or if Virtualization Based Security (VBS) is enabled. Few Questions regarding undervolting on Windows 11.

Besides deciding to turn off virtualization, a possible workaround is this: Undervolting on Windows 11 with PowerMonkey | Mr Eggtart.
But for that to work, you'd have to be willing to sacrifice Secure Boot, although the author did write something about smart people and stuff, so... if you feel addressed there, then no problemo. lol
 

My Computers

System One System Two

  • OS
    11 Home
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Asus TUF Gaming F16 (2024)
    CPU
    i7 13650HX
    Memory
    16GB DDR5
    Graphics Card(s)
    GeForce RTX 4060 Mobile
    Sound Card
    Eastern Electric MiniMax DAC Supreme; Emotiva UMC-200; Astell & Kern AK240
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Sony Bravia XR-55X90J
    Screen Resolution
    3840×2160
    Hard Drives
    512GB SSD internal
    37TB external
    PSU
    Li-ion
    Cooling
    2× Arc Flow Fans, 4× exhaust vents, 5× heatpipes
    Keyboard
    Logitech K800
    Mouse
    Logitech G402
    Internet Speed
    20Mbit/s up, 250Mbit/s down
    Browser
    FF
  • Operating System
    11 Home
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Medion S15450
    CPU
    i5 1135G7
    Memory
    16GB DDR4
    Graphics card(s)
    Intel Iris Xe
    Sound Card
    Eastern Electric MiniMax DAC Supreme; Emotiva UMC-200; Astell & Kern AK240
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Sony Bravia XR-55X90J
    Screen Resolution
    3840×2160
    Hard Drives
    2TB SSD internal
    37TB external
    PSU
    Li-ion
    Mouse
    Logitech G402
    Keyboard
    Logitech K800
    Internet Speed
    20Mbit/s up, 250Mbit/s down
    Browser
    FF
ThrottleStop does not have access to the CPU voltage control register if running in a VM
Not sure what youre even talking about. Running TS inside a VM!? Who would run TS inside a VM!? What has security feature of Windows 11 VBS to do with using a VM or have virtualization activated as a function of the CPU, nothing. I am running TS with undervolt on Windows 11 with secure boot on, virtualization on, VBS off.
 
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My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11
Also what you said that undervolting is not working due to Windows 11 and virtualization enabled is total nonsense, where did you get that information from?

Probably from using ThrottleStop 9.5 - where indeed undevolting didn't work with Virtualization Enabled - and the its developer recommended disabling it to fix the issue (which it did - since it worked with it disabled). Guess something changed with version 9.6 - even tho it's not available in release notes (tho, the developer - did removed the suggestion to disable Virtualization from his Signature - so there's that).
I am honestly shocked seeing that screenshot! Your CPU is throttling due to thermal limit (PROCHOT) at 100°C WTF!?

Quite common on quite a lot of laptops: cooling can be an issue for that - but they're also in need on yearly maintenance and recommended to be used in a clean environment (with as little dust as possible). I suspect that to be among his main issues (that laptop might need some cleaning of its fans + repasting). Undervolting can help, but it's not always enough. In some cases - might be necessary to lower the max turbo boost frequency - to able to achieve reasonable temps. Belive it or not - many laptops with powerful CPUs are ignored by their owners - while reaching close to 100*C and throttling (they even got used to the fan noise). 99/100 the CPU can take it - even within design if you will. It's usually the components surrounding the CPU - that get affected by constant high temperatures.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 7 SP 16 (or Windows 11 SP 2 or Sun Valley 2)
    Computer type
    Laptop
    CPU
    Intel & AMD
    Memory
    SO-DIMM SK Hynix 15.8 GB Dual-Channel DDR4-2666 (2 x 8 GB) 1329MHz (19-19-19-43)
    Graphics Card(s)
    nVidia RTX 2060 6GB Mobile GPU (TU106M)
    Sound Card
    Onbord Realtek ALC1220
    Screen Resolution
    1920 x 1080
    Hard Drives
    1x Samsung PM981 NVMe PCIe M.2 512GB / 1x Seagate Expansion ST1000LM035 1TB
Probably from using ThrottleStop 9.5 - where indeed undevolting didn't work with Virtualization Enabled
Nonsense. It has nothing to do with Virtualization=on but with a flag in bios set to disable undervolt both coexists next to each other, most OEMs like Dell set it with a bios update to prevent undervolt because of the Intel security exploit which was published between 2019-2020 or something related to undervolting, there was a trick to re enable it like I said above or use older bios version, or use a uefi boot tool to set the flag manually back.


The flag to disable undervolt was implemented by Dell on the XPS 9560 for example at this time, and also around some months later/before not sure anymore on the 9570. There was a trick to load bios defaults to revert back the flag to enable undervolting again even after bios update.
 

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My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11
Nonsense. It has nothing to do with Virtualization=on but with a flag in bios set to disable undervolt both coexists next to each other, most OEMs like Dell set it with a bios update, there was a trick to re enable it like I said above or use older bios bersion.

In 9.5 it did. In 9.6 it's not affected by virtualization per se - but obviously won't run with Core integrity Enabled. Ask its Developer - he already mentioned that time after time.

Dell Disabling Undevorlt (with a BIOS updated) - cause of the Plundervolt security issue - is another impediment - but that's specific mainly to Dell (so Dell owners need to flex extra - be it by patching the BIOS or reverting to an older version).
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 7 SP 16 (or Windows 11 SP 2 or Sun Valley 2)
    Computer type
    Laptop
    CPU
    Intel & AMD
    Memory
    SO-DIMM SK Hynix 15.8 GB Dual-Channel DDR4-2666 (2 x 8 GB) 1329MHz (19-19-19-43)
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Dell Disabling Undevorlt (with a BIOS updated) - cause of the Plundervolt security issue
Yes, and were speaking about a XPS 9570 here where I told the previous poster he can totally use undervolt on his 9570 with Windows 11 and virtualization on, anything else is irrelevant. also TS 9.6 is out since a year.
 

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Not sure what youre even talking about. Running TS inside a VM!? Who would run TS inside a VM!? What has security feature of Windows 11 VBS to do with using a VM or have virtualization activated as a function of the CPU, nothing. I am running TS with undervolt on Windows 11 with secure boot on, virtualization on, VBS off obviously.
I was merely pointing out what unclewebb (the author of ThrottleStop) wrote about that subject.
be it by patching the BIOS or reverting to an older version).
There's other methods available besides patching/reverting the BIOS.
 

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In 9.5 it did. In 9.6 it's not affected by virtualization per se - but obviously won't run with Core integrity Enabled. Ask its Developer - he already mentioned that time after time.

Dell Disabling Undevorlt (with a BIOS updated) - cause of the Plundervolt security issue - is another impediment - but that's specific mainly to Dell (so Dell owners need to flex extra - be it by patching the BIOS or reverting to an older version).
Do you mean that steps 1 – 4 in this old tutorial can all be skipped in TS 9.6? [TUTORIAL] How to use ThrottleStop in Windows 11 with Virtual Machine Platform Enabled.
 

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@Almighty1 I am honestly shocked seeing that screenshot! Your CPU is throttling due to thermal limit (PROCHOT) at 100°C WTF!? Also what you said that undervolting is not working due to Windows 11 and virtualization enabled is total nonsense, where did you get that information from? Dell disabled undervolting with a bios update, that is why I am still on bios 1.20 that was the lastt bios with undervolting working. There was a trick though to reenable undervolting by going into bios and load one of the two bios or custom defaults not sure anymore which it was you need to try. PKG power = SOC power. Your CPU is burning at 45W at just 35% load at 100°C also with speedshift off, that is terrible. No other words. Also my god! CPU voltage of 1.25V! These are my settings for normal usage where I want to run it fan less limiting at 22w with undervolt. Windows 11, virtualization on, bios 1.20. Also two cores at 100° and the other at 90°c shows your heat-spreader is not properly connected anymore to the CPU.
It depends on the uptime as it will run perfectly fine for a few days after rebooting. As for undervolting not workng in Windows 11, it's because access to the MSR is not possible which both Throttlestop and Intel XTU needs to undervolt. This has nothing to do with the BIOS undervolting as it's the factory defaults one has to load after the BIOS which I have always done which is supposed to allow undervolting even with BIOses after 1.20. When we talk about virtualization, we are talking about running Windows Subsystem for Linux enabled that will prevent undervolting because MS blocks access to the MSR 0x150 which is actually VBS and not just virtualization alone. My machine is on top of a cardboard box with a 125 lb audio amplifier inside which probably causes even more heat so it gets fairly hot depending on the room temperature as there is also no AC here. I am also using the Ultimate Performance power plan because the stock power plans will keep putting the machine to sleep which is preventing my notifications from working when I am away from the keyboard. Also, I have the processor running at full speeds 100% of the time since usually when my temps are high, it means Windows has already ran out of resources or handles after a few days or weeks of uptime, I have not been feeling well so I haven't been rebooting or even updating since December 2023 unless I got picky and did it manually, the only thing I update are video drivers and whatever Dell puts out for updates as well as System Informer, formerly Process Hacker and HWiNFO64. That's why other than this thread, I haven't kept up with the forums either. I mean I am usually the one who posts about new drivers in this thread and the only reason I am even active in the thread was because you said the new Intel Graphics drivers don't work on the 9570 which works fine for me and the same goes for all the last 4 or so versions after Intel basically sunsetted the 5th-10th generation GPUs.
 
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ThrottleStop does not have access to the CPU voltage control register if running in a VM or if Virtualization Based Security (VBS) is enabled. Few Questions regarding undervolting on Windows 11.

Besides deciding to turn off virtualization, a possible workaround is this: Undervolting on Windows 11 with PowerMonkey | Mr Eggtart.
But for that to work, you'd have to be willing to sacrifice Secure Boot, although the author did write something about smart people and stuff, so... if you feel addressed there, then no problemo. lol
Already tried PowerMonkey and had it working with undervolting but I forgot what part of Windows security or virtualization it broke so I reverted to using the system without undervolting. Forgot the exact details without booting via PowerMonkey as it was probably a year ago I tried it. It might have been Core Isolation that didn't work.
 
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Probably from using ThrottleStop 9.5 - where indeed undevolting didn't work with Virtualization Enabled - and the its developer recommended disabling it to fix the issue (which it did - since it worked with it disabled). Guess something changed with version 9.6 - even tho it's not available in release notes (tho, the developer - did removed the suggestion to disable Virtualization from his Signature - so there's that).


Quite common on quite a lot of laptops: cooling can be an issue for that - but they're also in need on yearly maintenance and recommended to be used in a clean environment (with as little dust as possible). I suspect that to be among his main issues (that laptop might need some cleaning of its fans + repasting). Undervolting can help, but it's not always enough. In some cases - might be necessary to lower the max turbo boost frequency - to able to achieve reasonable temps. Belive it or not - many laptops with powerful CPUs are ignored by their owners - while reaching close to 100*C and throttling (they even got used to the fan noise). 99/100 the CPU can take it - even within design if you will. It's usually the components surrounding the CPU - that get affected by constant high temperatures.
In my case, I cleaned and repasted which works for a short period of time before the TIM pushes out so I tried the Honeywell PTM7950 which is a thermal pad used by Lenovo that many have given better reviews that the standard paste, My temps don't go up until a few days of uptime which a reboot will fix as usually I am on the 80s or lower.
 

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    Windows Defender that came with Windows
Like I said before on the XPS 9570 you can just enable undervolt again by loading bios defaults, Dell forgot to put the undervolt off flag in the default bios settings.
Yes, that part is correct, whenever a new bios is installed including 1.27, load factory defaults and the undervolting is available. What I am talking about is the virtualization that is needed for Windows Subsystem for Linux to work which is ofcourse not just virtualization and it is VBS I am thinking about which breaks Throttlestop and Intel XTU from being about to read the MSR registers (MSR 0x150 to be specific) required for undervolting as I am using Windows Subsystem for Linux, Windows Subsystem for Android and Hyper-V which runs Windows 11 Dev Insiders.
 

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    32GB using 2x16GB modules
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    Realtek ALC3266-CG
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Intel Arc & Iris Xe Graphics - Windows (NON WHQL) 31.0.101.5379​


 

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Intel Arc & Iris Xe Graphics - Windows 31.0.101.5382 (WHQL Certified)​

 

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    Corsair 64GB DDR5 Vengeance C40 5200Mhz
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    ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 ROG Strix OC 24GB
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    Acer Predator XB323UGP 32" QHD G-SYNC-C 144Hz 1MS IPS LED
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    1x Samsung 980 Pro Series Gen4 250GB M.2 NVMe
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    Corsair AX1200i 1200W 80PLUS Titanium Modular
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    Corsair 4000D Black Case w/ Tempered Glass Side Panel
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    Noctua NH-U12A Chromax Black CPU Cooler, 4x Noctua 120mm Fans
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    Logitech MK545
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    Logitech MX Master 3
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    Fixed Wireless 150mbps/75mbps
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    Firefox
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    Kaspersky
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    Thrustmaster TS-PC RACER
    Fanatec CSL Elite Pedals with the Load Cell Kit
    Yamaha Amp with Bose Speakers
 

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    ASUS ROG Maximus XI Formula Z390
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Intel XeSS 1.3 announced with promises of big FPS boosts in games and more


 

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    ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Hero
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    Corsair 64GB DDR5 Vengeance C40 5200Mhz
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    ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 ROG Strix OC 24GB
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    Acer Predator XB323UGP 32" QHD G-SYNC-C 144Hz 1MS IPS LED
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    1x Samsung 980 Pro Series Gen4 250GB M.2 NVMe
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    Firefox
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    Kaspersky
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    Thrustmaster TS-PC RACER
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    Yamaha Amp with Bose Speakers
Has anyone updated to 5382 and observed audio problems in programs like Kodi? I upgraded from 5333 on my N100 mini PC, and 5382 really screwed the audio up bad, causing delays of a couple of seconds before audio would begin on most titles, while some titles went completely silent. I uninstalled the audio driver, and the prior version Windows reverted to (a Feb-dated Intel driver, presumably the one from 5333) restored the perfect operation I'd been enjoying to that point. I ended up restoring a system image to get 5333 all the way back.

Also, 5382 installed the useless (to me) Arc Control software for the first time. Maybe I missed unchecking it in setup, but it was definitely new. Uninstalling it didn't help the audio problem.
 

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