AMD has released its Adrenalin 22.9.2 drivers (opens in new tab)the first to support AMD's RDNA2 graphics engine built into its Ryzen 7000-series processors. AMD's Zen 4 iGPU is far from being a gaming monster, but it should be enough for basic use cases like video playback and web browsing.
With the introduction of the Ryzen 7950X and Ryzen 5 7600X and other Zen 4 CPUs, AMD will offer Radeon integrated graphics in every member of the Ryzen 7000 family — assuming they don't later offer an equivalent of Intel's F-series SKUs. These new GPUs feature the RDNA 2 architecture and are housed directly in the 6nm I/O die. This is a big departure from previous generations of Ryzen processors, where the integrated graphics chip was reserved exclusively for Ryzen APUs.