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DX10

(DirectX10) See DirectX 10 and DirectX.
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The SAPPHIRE motherboard series includes fully featured micro-ITX and full ATX boards with support for both Intel and AMD processors, including the latest APU technology from AMD with on-board DX10 graphics.
It's also the perfect upgrade for those with aging DX10 or DX9 Nvidia graphics cards, supposedly providing nearly 2x the performance over the 9600GT.
Intel's Montevina platform likewise magnifies multimedia applications with advanced digital media boost, full high-definition video quality, Intel clear video technology, full DX10 support, and Windows Vista Premium certification.
It offers performance to meet the most typical PC activities, such as fast networking connections with Gigabit Ethernet, DX10 integrated graphics for casual gaming, optional 500GB hard drive for storing digital images and music libraries and optional quad core processors.
Sandy Bridge, while integrating quite a lot of processing onto a single die, does not offer the mindblowing power-efficiency (strictly performance per watt) of the ultra-low-powered Brazos APU, and, only offers support for DX10.
Reviewers across the web are calling the HD 6900 series a serious refresh over the previous generation, with some going so far as to say it has the most architectural and feature improvements in one generation since AMD ATI introduced its first DX10 GPU, the HD 2900.