Check out DXDIAG.EXE / display / driver
It should read sth. like:
Direct3D DDI 12
Function levels 11.1, 11.0...
Intel control panel / options / infos
runtime version 12.0
hardware support 11.1
More comprehensive infos are exposed by realtechVR's DirectX Extensions Viewer - Microsoft Store
Thanks for your answer. But i really know that to buy a new processor. So i have no any panel or something like this. Because of this i want to know which page or notes say true information
Let me help with your question and in order to provide the accurate information please provide the document of the release note you mentioned. Also, if you have any processor model in mind please let us know in order to check that too.
Files that i mentioned are in attach.
- According to 2015 notes (4th gen processors with hd graphics): DirectX 11.2, OpenGL 4.3
- 2016 notes: DirectX 12.0, OpenGL 4.3
- Supported APIs and Features for Intel® Graphics Drivers page says DirectX 11.1, OpenGL 4.0
So i am confused
Thanks for your attentions.
esmaon, thank you for all this information.
In this case the Supported APIs and Features for Intel® Graphics Drivers site specifies the version support for all previous versions of the API, and the version you find the the Release Notes specifies the DirectX and OpenGL version supported once that specif driver is installed. So, you should focus on the Release Notes instead of the Supported APIs and Features for Intel® Graphics Drivers site.