DirectX 10 cards from ATI and NVIDIA in Q2

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 06 2007 @ 15:18 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Mainstream and low-end Directx 10 graphics cards from NVIDIA are expected to become available in the second quarter of this year. By that time AMD/ATI should also release its R600, R610 and R630 GPUs.
With both Nvidia and AMD preparing the final stages for the mass-production of DirectX 10-capable GPUs the wide adoption of DirectX 10 is not far away, the sources stated.

A number of leading software providers are known to be developing DirectX 10-compatible games including Crysis from Crytek and Electronic Arts, Hellgate: London developed by Flagship Studios, Namco and EA, and World in Conflict from Massive Entertainment and Sierra Entertainment, which are currently scheduled to be launched in the third quarter 2007.


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