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Batman: Arkham City PC DirectX 11 Issues

Rocksteady is currently telling players that Batman: Arkham City should be temporarily run using DX 9 rather than DX 11. Apparently DX 11 is causing performance issues.


Crysis 2 Will Go Up To 11

After a couple of weeks of web-wide worrying and shouting and bickering and excellently satirical editorials, you may be glad to hear that Crysis 2 is to receive its in-doubt DirectX 11 patch after all. This comes via the official forums, wherein it was officially said on an official forum, despite being officially said on other official forums that it mightn’t happen. That seals it: all is well in PC gaming tech land. For now.

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AMD: DirectX Holding Back Game Performance

With all the hype surrounding DirectX 11 and how it's changing the face of PC gaming in regards to mind-blowing eye candy, AMD's worldwide developer relations manager of its GPU division, Richard Huddy, claims that developers actually want the API to go away, that it's getting in the way of creating some truly amazing graphics.

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fatstarr4816d ago

sigh... always complaints.

Direct X11 makes graphics pop it turns all that 2D stuff into actual 3D items. we will never get anywhere interns of graphics until the next gen of consoles come out -_- cause the pc sector isnt gonna do it.

KingPin4814d ago

have you not heard of openGL? up until now openGL was way better programming-wise. Even the "GOD" of programming, john carmack <ID software> agreed with this sentiment.


MSI R6870 Hawk Graphics Card Review (BmR)

Benchmark Reviews: Graphics cards have been improving at breakneck speeds over the last little while. The Radeon HD 5000 series allowed AMD and ATI to beat NVIDIA to the punch with DirectX-11 capable video cards. NVIDIA quickly responded with the GTX 400 series which started out hot and powerful, but came back to really define the price point with the GTX460 video card. Along came the GTX 500 series and the Radeon HD 6000 series to fill out some positions and give us a new card for the top end of the performance spectrum.

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