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Directx 11 problem
#1
So I have directx 11 installed on my computer, but the problem is when I go to configure my pcsx2 video settings it only recognizes Directx 9 (hardware and software) and Directx 10 (hardware and software)...but not Directx 11..
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#2
keep using dx10 plugin.
there is no real benefit in pcsx2 between using dx11 or dx10
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#3
(01-23-2011, 11:42 PM)jesalvein Wrote: keep using dx10 plugin.
there is no real benefit in pcsx2 between using dx11 or dx10

Alright, thanks man
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#4
Do you have gpu that supports DX11?, if not thats maybe why it doesnt show up on pcsx2
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#5
(01-23-2011, 11:22 PM)Razor17 Wrote: it only recognizes Directx 9 (hardware and software) and Directx 10 (hardware and software)...but not Directx 11..

If you are trying the latest beta or something around it the plugin will only show what your GPU is capable of using, so if you have a DX10 card it will show only D3D10 for you.
If you are trying older versions of GSdx they only had D3D10 to use, with a D3D11 option that was basically the same as D3D10 but it was a little more outdated than the D3D10 renderer so not really a choice either.
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#6
I'm pretty sure that in 0.9.6 the gpu plugin supported DX9 and DX10, while the 0.9.7 beta supports all three.
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#7
No fps difrence?
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#8
None as said before for the time being dx10 and 11 modes are the exact same thing
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#9
I have the same problem but the difference is:

my brother broked my processor to clean pc aircondition, and we bring pc to repair.
they sostitute my processor with other one more weak
intel celeron e3500 2.70ghz!
a lot of people told me they replaced with crappy one!!!
i know it now, i had 8giga ram and now i have only 4giga!!!
my videocard is same with 512mb.
the problem is that my pcsx2 not recognize anymore direct3d 11 like before
and i have directx 11 installed on my pc.
so now please explain me and help to know why my pcsx2 can see only direct3d 9 and 10! direct3d 11 is not showed anymore in the pcsx2 gpu menu.
i tryed to update my directx 11 without any result.
thanks in anticipe for the answers! sorry for english.
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#10
You made it look simple. The amount of memory is not the only and securely not the most important factor in a video card power.

Its brand and model is. To me your former video card was DX11 capable, the actusl is not. Still it's only supposition, it's something only you can tell for sure.

To have DX11, both, the Operational system And the video card must be capable, being a new technology only the series beginning with 5 on ATI cards or 4 on Nvidia card are DX11 capable. As examples ATI 5770 is DX11 able, 4870 is not, even when the second is more powerful than the former.
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