Gigabyte releases a DRM fix tool for Alder Lake processors

Intel’s latest range of Alder Lake processors launched earlier this month to many accolades. We touted the Intel Core i5 12600k as one the best CPUs for gaming in all of 2021, and the i9 12900K is a hungry, yet impressive chip as well. Intel’s success with Alder Lake has even lead to discounts on competing cards like the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X

Unfortunately, these chips do also have their downsides, and one of the big ones is a compatibility issue with DRM. The hybrid architecture used in Alder Lake can trigger some DRM to flag as two different systems running the game, as opposed to a single chip. A whole bunch of older games were affected, but also some relatively newer titles like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

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