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Old 14th April 2011, 15:50   #1
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Default Ivy Bridge graphics to feature DX11, triple-display support

In a quiet corner of its website, Intel has shed light on a few aspects of the integrated graphics component inside its next-generation Ivy Bridge processor—the 22-nm "tock" that will follow Sandy Bridge. Intel Senior Software Engineer Philip Taylor revealed the details as part of an interview related to game development.

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