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ATI and talked about DirectX 10  - ATI and talked about DirectX 10
Thu, September 21 2006 | 8:49PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"So what does all this mean for us? The potential for it all sounds great on paper. Since DirectX 10 is tied to Windows Vista, this means if you want to experience DirectX 10-powered 3D games you are going to need Windows Vista, a DirectX 10 video card, and a DirectX 10 game at the least. Windows XP users need not apply for DirectX 10. That said, given the advances with DirectX 9 gaming in the last year, we fully expect to see more of its potential realized as well for those of us "left behind.""
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