Intel Kaby Lake G reportedly loses AMD driver support all of a sudden
Kaby Lake G was the result of an ultra-rare collaboration between Intel and AMD, which resulted in the combination of an 8th-gen processor with Vega M graphics. It resulted in products such as the Core i7-8809G, which were lauded for their performance, particularly in vehicles such as the Hades Canyon NUC. It also found its way into a limited number of laptops from Acer, Dell and HP.
Despite this, Intel's Xe ambitions ultimately led to the death of this project beyond a single generation. Furthermore, this partner initially pledged 5 years' worth of support to the existing Kaby Lake G processors; however, the first of them passed without its PCs seeing an update.
Intel handled this by palming the platform off on AMD, which cut it in on its Adrenalin channel for Radeon products. However, some users with Kaby Lake G-powered devices reportedly claim that this pathway is now also closed.