Kaby Lake-G is undoubtedly a very chic processor, it is by far Intel, AMD’s only collaboration, integrated AMD Vega GPU graphics core, but it is such a landmark product, but like the post-mother, the treatment is very poor.
Intel initially promised five years of technical support for Kaby Lake-G, but it was released in early 2018, and Intel stopped driving its updates in early 2019, and then directly “dumped” the pot to AMD, allowing users to update AMD’s official drivers directly!
If this is actually good, Intel saves things, AMD help, users can get a new driver more in time, but the problem arises.
Now, the official version of Windows 10 v2004 has been pushed, but users using the Kaby Lake-G processor, especially the Pluto Canyon NUC mini, find that they can’t find a driver, whether it’s AMD 20.5.1 or Intel 20.4.2, they’re installing failed, prompting that current hardware isn’t supported.
Intel responded by saying it was working to re-provide support, while AMD declined to respond directly.
Kaby Lake-G users can only wait, for a moment to upgrade the latest version of Windows 10 v2004, and pray when or not to get a new driver.
In addition, there is a roadmap shows that Intel will release a new generation of Pluto Canyon NUC at the end of this year, the processor is the next generation of low-power Tiger Lake-U, the graphics card is marked third party, do not know whether to use AMD?