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What is the difference between DX9 and DX10?

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R. Barnes

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Answered Mar 17, 2020

Microsoft DirectX is a collection of API for applications on a Microsoft PC, and other associated gaming platforms. The first phase of the DX9 was released in 2002. The first phase of the DX10 was in 2006. The release of DX10 was intended for Windows Vista exclusive. DX10 has superior graphics. It almost appears to be cinematic in Vista. The effects and genius lighting works for many of the visually demanding games. DX9 is equipped with built-in telemetry, which has components that give you real-time information on things such as battery voltage, engine or motor temperature, and signal quality. It is considered to be an impeccable system. DX10 doesn’t function correctly in Windows XP, as it requires a driver model present in Vista and later Windows OS
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