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DirectX11???
#1
Hey I was wondering how do I use the Direct3D11 mode? I have an ATI Radeon 5770, Windows Vista X64 Ultimate. I currently have Direct X 10 as stated in my Dxdiag. I see people with Direct3D11 in hardware mode I am currently using Direct3D10 in hardware mode and it is a big improvement over direct3D9. I was wondering if I could get 11 if at all possible.

Any questions please feel free or remarks.
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#2
is your Vista is upgraded to SP2
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/de...FF6F22448D
Platform update for Vista-SP2
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/de...laylang=en
and addition is to update the DX-SDK libraries
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/de...ceb6d8fa8d


Source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Vis...orm_Update
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#3
Mu CPU is a E6850 3.0ghz core 2 duo, it doesn't support SSE4.1 or whatever just everything upto SSE4, would that make any kind of difference?

And also where do I extract the Direct X June 2010 files to asks for an extraction folder or something

Update - It says in my System Information I am using Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Version 6.0.6002 Service Pack 2 Build 6002

I guess I just need the updated Direct X 11 SDK Libraries so where do I extract these files to the June 2010 files?
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#4
it should self extract to the right place.

make sure you have the latest beta of pcsx2 as well, the gsdx plugin had some detection issues with ATi/AMD cards. Once you have just go in to the GSDX options and select Hardware (Direct3d 11)
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#5
(01-31-2011, 07:16 PM)refraction Wrote: it should self extract to the right place.

make sure you have the latest beta of pcsx2 as well, the gsdx plugin had some detection issues with ATi/AMD cards. Once you have just go in to the GSDX options and select Hardware (Direct3d 11)

Ok I extracted to whatever place it extracted to a Temp folder. No Direct3D11 is showing up still in the video drivers though. I have the most current Beta version 0.9.7.3876m it says when the program is opened and tabbed. Oct 5 2010 it says on the top of the program when the window is up.
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#6
run DXSETUP.exe on where you extracted to your temp folder.
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#7
after you do what tallbender said download and run this: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/de...laylang=en
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#8
works now thanks all
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