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AMD gives DirectX 11 demo (video)

Posted on Thursday, July 09 2009 @ 22:17:06 CEST by


AMD's Developer Relations Chief Richard Huddy gave a demo of the abilities of the first DirectX 11 graphics cards, like hardware tessellation and DirectX 11 Compute Shaders. Huddy says AMD's Evergreen card will be a dual-slot cooled mid-end model with a price tag of +$100.
AMD's Evergreen family of DirectX 11 compatible graphics card is supposed to be launched in 2009 - the GPU manufacturer is quite sure that it will be possible to offer DirectX 11 cards in time for the release of Microsoft's Windows 7 on October 22.

According to AMD's head of the Developer Relations department, Richard Huddy, AMD expects to be surprise the customers with the performance of the Evergreen cards. Mr. Huddy said:

"I would say we don't make money by delivering slow hardware. Our expectation is that we'll give you a really pleasant surprise this year when we ship our DX11 hardware."




 



 

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