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Direct X 10

Posted by: , 02:35 AEST, Fri June 16, 2006

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Direct X 10 will not be compatible with XP, only Windows Vista
Anyone who plans to buy Direct X 10 hardware and plans to use its full potential will have to buy Windows upcoming operating system, Windows Vista as well.

The current driver model on the Windows XP is the limitation. One of the key points of Direct X 10 is to be the ability to have more independent objects and the current driver model on Windows XP simply won't be able to deal with it. More...

Credit: The Inquirer


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