Intel engineers to hold AMA on Reddit for feedback on the Graphics Command Center software
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In preparation for the inevitable Intel desktop graphics card to compete against Nvidia and AMD, the chipmaker has been slowly introducing applications and online tools to aid both casual and hardcore gamers alike. One of these new apps is called the Intel Graphics Command Center (IGCC) as unveiled during GDC 2019 to automatically optimize PC titles and teach users about graphical technologies like anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering. Intel wants to build a community of PC gamers loyal to the Intel brand for both the CPU and eventual GPU.
Since the Graphics Command Center software is still in its beta stages, Intel engineers will want to hear feedback directly from early adopters. The chipmaker will run an AMA-style discussion on the official r/Intel Reddit forum starting tomorrow at 9 AM PST on April 25 where users and Intel engineers can exchange questions and answers. The goal is to engage with the community and hopefully build a stronger IGCC application for when the Intel GPU eventually lands.
Visit here to join the discussion and see what other enthusiasts already have in mind about the IGCC.
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