DirectX 10 Graphics is creating a lot of buzz and discussion in the gaming world. It is supposed to bring about a whole new era in PC gaming. But is all the celebration a little bit premature? Can DX10 Graphics give us better gaming? Read on…
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Right now all the talk in PC gaming is DirectX 10 Graphics. New hardware and new DX10 games have everyone buzzing about a new era in PC gaming. But is all the celebration a little bit premature?
Yes and No!
As with any new technology there is a lag time ufabet เข้าสู่ระบบ before everything catches up,Guest Posting before the new technology is truly integrated into the old, in this case gaming systems. The big question on everyone’s mind, (especially gamers) how long will we have to wait before DX10 graphics delivers the goods?
In other words, how long is the lag time before performance (what you see in your games) catches up with the technology DX10 Graphics will ultimately deliver?
For the ordinary consumer who is not a techie or even a dedicated gamer all this fuss about X10 Graphics can be downright confusing to say the least. Getting a handle on even the simplest terminology can be a challenge.
First, you have to understand DirectX is a Microsoft Windows technology that lets you have higher performance in sound and graphics when playing games and/or watching videos on your computer. In the past we have had different versions of DirectX… DirectX 8, DirectX 9, and with the introduction of Windows Vista we have DirectX 10.
DX10 Graphics gives us better performance and better looking PC graphics with clearer, higher resolution images with more shading and details. It simply means better overall picture quality and performance; a forward step to true realism in gaming.