Intel's new 32nm Sandy Bridge processors may feature integrated graphics, but users will have to wait until Ivy Bridge, which will be manufactured using a 22nm process, if they want DirectX 11. Current Sandy Bridge chips only support DirectX 10.1.
But who honestly, is going to use IGP for gaming when you can buy even more powerful graphics cards? I know it's a nice feature to have but really, the people who want/need DX11 will using ATI and Nvidia for it.
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