10.1 already lol.
More here :http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=35932
DURING COMPUTEX 2005, we had the opportunity to talk with Ken K.S. Weng, General Manager of S3 Graphics. He told us that S3 is skipping the Shader Model 3.0 (DX9.0c) hardware and going straight to Shader Model 4.0 and compliance with DirectX 10 and 10.1 standards in two years time.
After a year and a half, the first roadmaps are starting to appear, showing DirectX 10 and DX10.1 compliant hardware which certainly have interesting specs, at least on paper.
DirectX 10 units are being developed under codenames XD2 and XD3, while DX10.1 GPUs are marked XE3, XE2 and XE1. Both feature clocks in excess of 1GHz, and all but XD2/D2 are manufactured in 65nm manufacturing process. X in the name is a marking for the higher performing part, while D2, D3, E3 and so on are value propositions