First, the proper place for your post is the "User Hardware, Software, & Gaming Help" section.
There's even a thread that answers your question, though probably not in the way you would like.
The new Ryzen drivers get around the Windows 10 default by installing a new “AMD Ryzen Balanced” power plan.
The primary advantage is that while the Windows 10 power plan imposes a 30 millisecond delay in switching power states, the AMD power plan takes advantage of the Ryzen chipset’s ability to switch power states within 1 millisecond when the chip itself is in control.
Second, you "download this" by downloading and installing Intel's display drivers.
If you have already done so, then there's little more you can do and the game simply won't work for your hardware.
Again, the update is only for Windows 10 64-bit machines.
The high-end Ryzen 7 series were the first to ship, and the midrange Ryzen 5 series chips have also hit the market.Anyone looking to optimize a Ryzen-based system is likely keeping up with the latest driver and software updates.With just such people in mind, AMD released its latest AMD Ryzen chipset drivers with an eye on improving performance — at least for Windows 10 64-bit users.According to AMD, version 17.10 of the drivers is aimed specifically at maximizing the performance of Ryzen-based systems by adjusting for how Windows 10 manages power states.By default, Windows 10 is configured for its “Balanced” power profile, even on desktops, as opposed to the “High Performance” power plan that’s been demonstrated to show significant performance benefits.