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Windows 7: AMD Working on DirectX 11 Support

04 Jan 2009   #11
zZanthraXx

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If any of you looked up John Carmack, he'd say the PS3 has the potential, but the requires an insane amount of thought. The xbox on the other hand has amazing tools, that allow for a speedy developers.

People will buy whichever console has the games, developers make the games, so in theory that is who really needs to be considered.


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