Is Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling Supported by Intel® Integrated Graphics?

This solution has been verified by our customers to fix the issue with these environment variables

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06/03/2020

What are you seeing?

Microsoft released the new Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 2.7 with the Windows® 10 May 2020 Update (version 2004, build 19041).

At the same time, WDDM 2.7 introduced a new feature named Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling.

Some 3rd party applications (per example GPU-Z) are reporting that this feature is not supported on Intel drivers.


Environment:

Windows® 10 May 2020 Update (version 2004, build 19041).

Drivers: 

27.20.100.8190

27.20.100.8236

27.20.100.8280


How to fix it:

This feature is currently not supported by the latest Intel DCH drivers.

Intel is looking to include support for this feature in future driver releases. Keep checking Download Center for all future driver releases.


Cause & More Information:

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