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Thursday, 23 August 2007 12:22

G92 is DirectX 10.1 chip

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Games Convention 07: But DirectX 10 works well


G92 Nvidia’s
next generation high end card will support DirectX 10.1. This new iteration of the API wont bring to much but Nvidia is there to supports the upcoming.

 

This will be a nice mark on the graphic card box but it wont bring anything at least not in 2007. The real DirectX 10 games have to be launched and 2008 is actually the year of DirectX 10 but this time is yet to come.


We still have to educate ourselves what Shader model 4.1 improves and how important it really is.


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