Only needs a new driver
While an interview with AMD's engineer Laylah Mah over at c't Magazin certainly raised a lot of attention, it was already clear that AMD might easily have support for DirectX 11.2 on its Radeon HD 7000 series since it was clearly noted that problem is not on the hardware level but rather the driver.
Earlier at Computex 2013 show, Intel launched its Haswell based CPUs and while most of initial batch was based on quad-core SKUs, the next wave of products scheduled for launch in September will bring some new Core i3 and Pentium based models that should effectively replace the currently available Ivy Bridge-based SKUs. The recent listing at ShopBLT, spotted by CPU-World.com, reveals some of the prices for these models as well as some new Core i5 and Core i7 SKUs.
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