Originally Posted by XFreeRollerX
well thats all dandy
But what if the ATI card cant pump out DX10.1 at a decent framerate? No good if you can't enable AA because, god forbid that "its the drivers man, they need another update"
If ATI can get past this problem, then Ill look at them as something still worthy... But then again charging $600+ for a video card is not exactly another option that people will buy into.....
I think Ill keep my 88's till something better comes around
If its anything close to native DX10.1,(which Blizzard has the time and money to be able to pull off) the ATI cards should be able to "pump out" frames faster
in DX10.1 than in DX9.
And in case you hadn't seen any of the new reviews, the 4800s take less of a performance hit from AA/AF than the 8 series and GTX2 series.
It doesn't really matter though, AA was never really that important for me, I'd rather have cool DX10.1 effects with no AA than the same old DX9 effects we've had for 6 years now only with slightly cleaner edges...
Originally Posted by Nowyn
I watched Diablo III Developer Panels through live stream from WWI and DIII Project Director responded (in a Q&A) to a question regarding DX support. He said they won't be supporting neither DX9 nor DX10 (i guess that excludes 10.1 as well), but will use their custom graphical API.
So if u have any official proof of what u r saying, would u mind sharing it with us?
Google it. its not hard.Edited by HugeDink - 7/1/08 at 10:37am