I'm not in front of it at this minute, but I have a new HP dv6-2150us with the i3-330m and the Intel HD gma running System 7 64-bit. The computer reports that the gma supports DirectX 11.0 in the device manager details.
right click the intel icon and go to graphics properties.then information center, you will see that it is only using dx10 version
YUP - THIS TIME I have it in front of me, so, I did exactly what you said, This Chip Is DirectX 11.0.
Driver Version 184.108.40.2068.
Now this is on the Windows 7 64-bit box.
The Video BIOS is 1914.0
Sorry Dude, looks like I'm running DirectX 11.0
S - doing that, the System Tab states
"DirectX Version: DirectX 11"
The Display Tab states
"DDI Version: 10"
That's the best I can do because I actually don't use any 3d apps or games. That had no bearing on my computer purchase decision - I bought based on the capability to do very fast and dynamic 2d graphics from on-line data feeds (12-15 charts at a time - probably many threads - I don't know I did not write the software) on many , while processing audio output, too. So, the hyperthreading was a benefit but the actual DirectX support was not a factor.
I like this computer, HP dv6-2150us, really well but the one squirrelly thing is that the touchpad is super sensitive and my pointer 'hops' to the screen border - and the new touchpad software seems to have no 'sensitivity' setter on it.