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DirectX11 Is Not Showing On GSDX
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Heyar! Well, the title pretty much says it all, I have the lastest svn and I always keep up to date.

And The Latest GSDX

I have done the dxdiag and I have directX11

Operating System: Windows 7 Arc Gamer Edition 32-bit (6.1, Build 7600)
Language: English
Processor: Pentium® Dual-Core CPU E6300 @ 2.80Ghz (2 CPUs), ~2.8GHz
Memory: 2048 Ram
DirectX Version: DirectX 11

Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 4xxx Series

Any Help Would Be Convinent Thank You! Smile
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#2
Answer is very simple.Your Graphics Card or GPU doesn't suport DX11. Only Radeon HD5xxx SERIES support it.
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(03-04-2011, 07:54 PM)Game Wrote: Answer is very simple.Your Graphics Card or GPU doesn't suport DX11. Only Radeon HD5xxx SERIES support it.

No, because I run dx11 games, and the dxdiag even says what version it is on! :'D
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#4
Does DX10 show or only DX9?
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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(03-04-2011, 08:12 PM)Shadow Lady Wrote: Does DX10 show or only DX9?

it shows DX10 as well Smile just no DX11 Sad
I heard the DX11 fixes a lot of bugs of persona 3/4 and FFX and bof5, the games I mainly play Smile
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(03-04-2011, 07:54 PM)Game Wrote: Answer is very simple.Your Graphics Card or GPU doesn't suport DX11. Only Radeon HD5xxx SERIES support i
(03-04-2011, 07:54 PM)luke0202 Wrote: No, because I run dx11 games, and the dxdiag even says what version it is on! :'D
whaaaaaa only 5xxx series and 6xxx series of course support dx 11
we are right if it support dx 11 dx 10 will disappear ( happen with me i have 5670 ) because dx 10 is the same as dx 11 so dx 10 disappear and dx 11 appear ( it wont fix any bug if dx 10 couldn't )
so do some research before saying that your gpu support dx11
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(03-04-2011, 08:14 PM)luke0202 Wrote: it shows DX10 as well Smile just no DX11 Sad

Then it is as Game told you before, your card doesn't support DX11 only features, that's why it shows DX10. DX11 games/apps can run on older hardware, they just won't be able to use the DX11 only features and that's the case here.

Also DX11 shouldn't have any extra compatibility over the DX10 renderer, whoever told you that was misinformed.

What Persona/FFX/BoF5 bugs are you refering to? Do you have them actually? Any screenshots?
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(03-04-2011, 08:19 PM)Shadow Lady Wrote: Then it is as Game told you before, your card doesn't support DX11 only features, that's why it shows DX10. DX11 games/apps can run on older hardware, they just won't be able to use the DX11 only features and that's the case here.

Also DX11 shouldn't have any extra compatibility over the DX10 renderer, whoever told you that was misinformed.

What Persona/FFX/BoF5 bugs are you refering to?

Persona has clipping, FFX has clipping, BoF5 slows down like a mother....

okay, its my hardware, sorry game, looks like its time for me to get a new graphics card, thought the dual i7 would balance it out, but obvs not ><
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#9
There is a bit of misunderstanding here. Yes, your windows support DX11 but the 4xxx series only support DX10.1. Still, DX11 is not that big deal yet and the games that support it fallback to DX10 whenever any new DX11 function can't be used.

Although I read rumors about AMD launching a special higher end 4xxx series with DX11 support I can't say it was done and less yet if your card can deliver it.

In the end, all that can be surely said is 5xxx series support DX11, 4xxx... maybe, probably not.

Edit: sorry, the above posts came while I was just repeating them.
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(03-04-2011, 08:21 PM)luke0202 Wrote: Persona has clipping, FFX has clipping, BoF5 slows down like a mother....

What clipping? Any screenshots? Are you sure BoF5's slowdown is due to the plugin? What's the actual name of your graphics card?
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