Intel Kaby Lake-G processors seemed like a great option in their day, and it was having the best of an era, which translated into an Intel processor and integrated graphics from AMD, but time has revealed that the purchase of users has led to a disastrous acquisition.
The first graphic driver update for this APU came at the end of last March, that is, one year after the launch of the APU, and now just over two months after the first update, AMD has shut off the tap and It has stopped supporting the integrated graphics of this APU, disastrous news for thousands of users, since companies like Chuwi launched a low-cost compact gaming device, and it is funny that a gaming product did not have graphics driver updates for a year and now run out of support.
These processors had already been discontinued by Intel and after that AMD has decided to withdraw the support, since the latest version of their drivers to offer support in Windows 10 (2004) cannot be installed on Kaby Lake-G systems claiming a configuration of unsupported hardware.
Intel would have told Tom’s Hardware that it is working with AMD to bring back support for graphics drivers, although they only mention this support to Intel NUC 8 Extreme products. For its part, AMD did not comment on the matter.