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Old 20th March 2009, 11:59   #1
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Default DX11 Video Cards from ATI and NVIDIA by the end of 2009

Industry sources have told us that both Nvidia and ATI are planning to launch their DirectX 11 cards before the end of the year. Windows 7 will bring the new DirectX 11 to market, and manufactures hope that Windows 7 will boost falling PC and notebook sales. Both companies are working hard to finish their DirectX 11 parts, but it might take some time before we see the first DirectX 11 game on the market. This is likely to happen at some point in 2010.

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