Players are downloading Genshin Impact on a drastic level, the game has already crossed 17 million downloads in just 4 days since it was released. As a result, it affects the server leading harsh to manage. If it’s not mistaken, Genshin Impact is planning to launch on Nintendo Switch in the future, as the game is already available on multiple platforms including mobile versions. Some players who’re using Intel Integrated GPU asking on forums and communities that can they play Genshin Impact on Intel Intel HD Graphics?
Also, players are encountering random crashes, or Genshin Impact is unable to run on Intel Integrated GPUs. Here’s you can run Genshin Impact and resolve random crashes or issues related to run the game on Intel Integrated GPUs. Stick to the guide until the end to resolve the issues, and reconsider your misconceptions.
Can I Run Genshin Impact with Intel HD Graphics (Integrated GPU)?
Genshin Impact is launching but gets crashing within seconds or random crashes, and even the game freezes during the gameplay. There are some possible solutions listed below that might work for you.
Change game/system settings for performance
This will affect our performance. Choose any of the processes you’re not using currently, like browser and discord, and follow the steps below:
- Search for “Graphics settings”, in the start menu
- Click on “Browse”, under “Graphics performance preference”
- Choose the Genshin impact .exe file at “C:\Program Files\Genshin Impact\Genshin Impact Game\GenshinImpact.exe“
- Select “Options”
- Select “High performance”
Choose The Right Drive Version
There are many reports by users that the software which is controlling the GPU hardware is the main reason behind the crashes of Genshin’s Impact. So check if you have an Intel integrated GPU and Driver section present under dxdiag. Use different drivers by searching your computer manufacturer’s site for drivers.
- If you’ve version 22,24, or 27 that will work. Here are some old drivers that might work, check out from here.
- Download version 24 from here.
Additionally, you can also downgrade your graphics driver, to check if that works. To do that;
- Visit Windows Settings > System > Display
- Click on “Advanced display settings”
- Click on “Display adapter properties”
- Go to “Properties”
- Selected the “Driver” tab
- Select “Roll back driver”
According to the forums and community reported by the user, a modded graphics driver can improve performance and resolve the issue. Keep in mind that this could be dangerous as it damages your graphics card of your PC.
That’s it for now. You can comment below for your further queries or your experiences. Till then stay tuned for more info. You can also follow us on Google News or Telegram group below for real-time notifications whenever Gadget Headline publishes any post.
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