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oh well in case i just saw a new gfx card the other day with open gl 4.0 and if i remember it was an nvidia

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-572-_-Product

this would be an advantage of instruction sets, while the Fermi runs hot the trade off is instruction sets including some form of C++ if i'm not mistaken.
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DirectX is an API. It hardly affects how things are rendered, it just controls the different features that are used...
    
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bad demo is bad
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Wait for the retail game.
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