Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by zoomer-fodder, Jan 16, 2014.
Hello, please fix it in next release. Thanks
or this trouble with my PC?
I'm pretty sure the GTX780 doesn't fully support DX11.1, which is why it is considered a DX11.0 card. It does support the important features of DX11.1 that games will actually use though.
Kepler not support four 2D (non gaming) features DX11.1
Target-Independent Rasterization (2D rendering only)
16xMSAA Rasterization (2D rendering only)
Orthogonal Line Rendering Mode
UAV in non-pixel-shader stages
but on ASUS support page in specification written it
and some info about that http://www.brightsideofnews.com/new...directx-111-with-kepler-gpus2c-bute280a6.aspx
and what this mean:
it supports direct3D11.1, but not directX 11.1 due to the direct2D functions that are not supported.
i changed CrossFireX R9 280X to SLI GTX780 and say bye bye to DX11.2, and say hello again oldest DX11.0
Is it really a big deal? Do you plan on playing a lot of 2D Games that will max out SLI GTX780s?
of course no. just estetic discomfort.
Well, if it supports Direct3D11.1 then who cares about 2D. Hell, even my 2 'old' GTX 460 1GB SLI can run anything 2D let alone Battlefield 4!
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