Raptr: Key Gaming Utility Now Available for Intel® Graphics Technology | Intel

Raptr: Key Gaming Utility Now Available for Intel® Graphics Technology | Intel



hey I'm alpha and probably like you I love gaming Intel continues to make your gaming experience better and today I'm here to tell you about how Intel and Raptor are partnering to deliver a simple and awesome tool to help make your gaming fast beautiful and hassle-free even with an older PC so come on let me show you how afterwards did you know that more than 90% of PC gamers never adjust the graphics settings and the games they play this means that your PC may very well be able to dial up the framerate and details or even play a game you didn't think possible with just a little tweaking with one click Raptor scans your rig and compares your games performance across tens of millions of other gamers pcs applying the best settings for your particular system its real-world info it's real time and it's really easy raptor also has a great set of recording options that lets you capture your best moments whether we're talking about a few amazing seconds or your entire gaming session raptors worked hard on this to help make sure that recording is as easy as possible and has little impact on your PC's performance thanks to Intel's Quick Sync video technology what about twitch no problem live streaming to twitch couldn't be easier Raptor also provides alerts to let you know when software and Driver updates are available Intel continues to deliver better performance and features through Driver updates by now you should have a pretty good idea why tens of millions of gamers worldwide are already using Raptor you get one button optimization super low impact recording and editing intel has teamed up with Raptor so you can use all these awesome tools for free no buying new expensive graphics hardware so check it out visit intel.com slash graphics make your gaming experience amazing with Raptor and Intel

17 Comments on "Raptr: Key Gaming Utility Now Available for Intel® Graphics Technology | Intel"


  1. Loook at that st-st-stuttering mess (as far as high frame rates are concerned). That 60fps gameplay must feel like what? a whopping 25fps at best? "Intel" and "gaming" should NEVER be used in the same sentence ever again, from this point on. Ever since 2009 Intel & Amd have been pumping out garbage products and advertising them as "better" This modern PC scene is like the ECO boost motors, they claim "more power" when the reality of it all is a FAR FAR worse experience in the real world (especially for games). I have a $4000 custom built modern intel computer and a $2000 custom built computer and they both feel like shit compared to my 10 year old $500 single core PC when it comes to "smoothness" Even with the most powerful GPU available a modern intel CPU can't render THE SIMPLEST scenes without st-st-st-stuttering & microstuttering. 144fps gaming on a modern computer isn't even close to as enjoyable as 60fps gaming was before 2009. I need a 3x more powerful computer for a 3x worse experience, something seems wrong here. Infact my 10 year $500 old computer feels smoother at 30fps than any modern computers do at 144fps.

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  2. If Intel made just one separate CPU and GPU they would be boss I mean to make the 5100 have such good gaming quality imagine if they got a whole GPU to themselves. Intel could flex its muscles… But alas nvidia would probably assassinate whoever was building it haha

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  3. Why you don't put Iris Pro into pentium & i3 processor? We need it, for low budget gaming, nobody would buy i7 for using intergrated Iris Pro.

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  4. Drivers are good, but the idea that the CPU makes buying a GPU obsolete…
    I suppose for igpu based laptops, but I would adjust the bios settings with faster ram.

    GPUs in their prime at cool and stable overclocks. Onboard graphics have to get serious to even touch a GTX 750Ti.

    My 4770k with 16 GB @ 2666 MHz ram does "okay" for most things like movies, but let's not kid anyone… it's not my GPU.

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  5. This is awesome and all but I don't think it would be very interesting using this and cranking my graphics to medium with my Intel HD Graphics 4000.  I already assume people who are streaming and recording are using Nvidia or AMD hardware along with their respective software Nvidia Experience/Shadow Play and AMD Gaming Evolved/DVR.

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