Quote Originally Posted by BlackStar View Post
Why, does Sandybridge support OpenGL 3.x on Windows? In short, who cares? It's not as if you'll be doing any serious 3d gaming on this chip.
Last time i checked it will certainly be Dx10 compatible, probably Dx11 too. So it is capable of supporting Opengl 3.x .

And its capabilities are certainly enough for mainstream gaming. Most games have the same requirements since 3 years ago, since most are console ports.

So in windows, you will probably be able to game decently with these chips...