Earlier this week, at the CES 2012, Intel showed a "offline" demonstration of a racing game, titled "Codemasters' F1 2011," running on DirectX 11 on an Ultrabook. The company was criticized for faking the DX11 Ultrabook showing the F1 2011 demo running as "live."
According to Intel the game demo was a late addition to its press conference and as a result the company didn't have enough time to run the demo as a live gameplay presentation, Anandtech reports.
To prove its claim, Intel further said had they get the time, the F1 2011 game up and running, as a proof, Intel showed a notebook, running the game on a 2.5 GHz engineering sample and on a single GPU with Ivy Bridge graphics.
The video below shows the notebook running F1 2011 live, with DirectX 11 graphics enabled: