Realtek, Intel, and AMD have recently released new drivers for Windows 11 and Windows 10 in December 2023. These drivers promise to bring various improvements to the system. However, it’s crucial to be aware of several known issues accompanying the updates that may affect performance in some scenarios.

Realtek’s updates include versions for NetAdapterCx and NDIS, with the power-saving feature now disabled. There are also updates for Realtek’s PCIe network drivers for Windows 10. Unfortunately, there are no detailed release notes available, making it challenging to discern the specifics of these updates.

Intel’s release of new graphic drivers brings about versions and for their Arc, Iris Xe, and Core Ultra graphics. However, note that the release notes from Intel lack clarity and detail regarding new features or fixes. These updates come with known issues, particularly for users of Intel Arc Series and Intel Core Ultra with Intel Arc graphics.

AMD’s Adrenalin 23.12.1 WHQL driver is designed to support ‘Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.’ Additionally, there are improvements to AMD Link drivers, with a note that they won’t be supported after January 2024. The update also brings enhancements to the software interface and introduces energy-saving features with HYPR-RX Eco.

It’s important to note that while these new drivers promise improvements, they may introduce changes that affect certain scenarios. Therefore, it’s essential to consider the necessity of these fixes and updates based on your specific system requirements before deciding to proceed with the updates.

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