Intel launches Arc Control, an all-in-one graphics experience software suite for gamers and creators with no sign-in requirement

In addition to its respective GPUs and products, Intel is also launching its Arc Control graphics software suite for gamers and creators.

Intel Arc Control offers a modern overlay offering automatic driver updates, performance tuning, Creator Studio features, and no login required

Intel does not want its Arc line to be limited to products, but also wants to provide the best experience within a large community of gamers and creators. As such, Intel is releasing Arc Control, a comprehensive software suite based on the Arc graphics family. Arc Control has a lot to offer and some features include:

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  • Game driver updates
  • Performance optimization
  • Studio Creator
  • Global Settings
  • Unified Software
  • game library

Think of Arc Control as Intel’s answer to NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience and AMD’s Radeon software suite. The app will feature a modern overlay that will be instantly accessible at any time by pressing the Alt + I buttons (this can be configured). One thing that Intel is investing heavily in is its driver support and Arc Control will provide automatic driver updates (always up to date or on demand). The driver installation process will also be fully integrated.

There will also be a performance tuning panel that will allow you to monitor real-time performance metrics, use a telemetry overlay by pressing Alt + O (this can be configured) to bring up an on-board HUD application, and even adjust performance parameters such as power, fan speeds, clocks, etc. (only available for desktop GPUs).

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Intel Arc Control Creator Studio will simplify broadcasting by easily streaming your content to third-party platforms like Twitch, Facebook, etc. withdrawal and self-framing. Autoplay Highlights will provide users with shareable highlight reels recorded locally on the PC.

Finally, the entire suite will be available to all Intel Arc users and access to the application will not require any kind of login. This is definitely a huge deal for gamers who want easy access to a graphics software suite without giving away their personal information.

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