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Old 12th January 2009, 16:09   #1
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Default DirectX 11 cards in late 2009

DirectX 11 is a feature of Windows 7 and the cards might actually come a few months before this OS ships. Nvidia and ATI are working on their DirectX 11 cards and some smaller players such as S3 should also be ready in late 2009.

The launch of DirectX 11 hardware will have to depend of the Windows 7 launch, but we hear that Nvidia’s second generation 40nm card and chip that some call GT300, which again is a 40nm chip, will come with DirectX 11 support. emid=65
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