At Intel CES press conference, they showed with great excitement, the power of their Ivy Bridge graphic solution, by playing a racing game with impressive visuals, and "DirectX 11" support. Wow, did Intel just made a graphic card solution that isn't 6-8 years behind the competition? Did Intel FINALLY build a real graphic card, and not a slob attempt to one, that uses the CPU intensively for assistance, with specialized optimized drivers for specific current games to show impressive benchmarks (and cheating by not drawing stuff in games), and of course, let go driver optimization as soon as reviews are out. Where people quickly notice that the Intel graphic solution can't do much in term of gaming, and it was all deceptive? Well... Guess not. Still crappy and deceptive as ever. Intel, if you are going to try to deceive people, as you always do with your graphic solution, then at least put effort into it. Like I don't know... make a program that starts the video when he presses on a button on the controls, instead of having a person click Play button on VLC.