Software support for your processor would be included in your Motherboard's BIOS.
Contact your motherboard vendor for your boards latest BIOS.
All BIOS update files for Intel® Desktop Boards are available on Intel's Download Center.
Intel introduced processor graphics in 2009. The Intel® Driver Update Utility for Graphics will help you identify and install the graphics driver if applicable to your system. For more information about Intel® Processors with built-in graphics capability, visit the Frequently asked questions on Intel® HD Graphics page.
Intel® Driver Update Utility - Automatically identify and find drivers
The Intel® Driver Update Utility keeps your system up-to-date. It detects which driver updates are relevant to your computer, and then helps you install them quickly and easily.
BIOS updates – why can’t I find them?
Any BIOS updates released specifically for your processor would be included in BIOS updates for your motherboard. For compatibility issues, check to see if your motherboard supports your processor and if a specific revision of BIOS is needed for processor support. Please refer to your system or motherboard manufacturer's Web site to find updates for your specific board.
These type of drivers are specific to your motherboard, and not your processor. So to find the correct drivers for your system, you will need to see your system or motherboard manufacturer's Web site.
Software designed for your motherboard’s chipset would be found on the Intel chipset support site. It is not available for download from the Intel® Processor support site.
Identify your Intel® Processor - Intel® Processor Identification utilities
Discover system components inside your PC - System Information Utility
Test your processor functionality - Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool
Related Support Sites
Intel® Desktop Board support
Intel® Server Board support
Intel® Mobile Board support
Intel® Chipset software support
Intel Customer Support
If you have an issue specific to Intel software or hardware which cannot be addressed by your notebook manufacturer or service provider, Intel offers technical support via the web, e-mail, and telephone.
Processor information and comparisons
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