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GTX 750 (non Ti) Maxwell DirectX "11." GPU-Z 0.7.7

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    Hello [​IMG]
    Its is normal? or i have some problem with my card (software)?
    Why not DirectX 11.2 like on nvidia official site GTX 750 specification?
     
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    It looks like it is a bug that isn't displaying the digits after the period. Even on a card that only supports DX11 it should read 11.0, but yours isn't showing the .0.
     
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    I believe nvidia supports the most game relevant features of DX11.1/11.2 but not everything. As I understand it then technically they should be labeled DX11, but as far as gamers are concerned they're DX11.2. I think that mixed support is at the heart of the never ending debate on this.
     
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    As I said, it seems to be a bug with GPU-Z. If a card isn't DX11.2 it should read as DX11.0. Like this screen shot from a GTX760:

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    It seems like GPU-Z is dropping of the digit after the decimal in the DX version. I'm not sure if that is because Maxwell isn't fully DX11.2 compatible, or if it just a bug with GPU-Z. Wizzard would be the one to answer that question.

    GPU-Z reads the 750Ti as DX11.1, and since both cards use the same die, the 750 non-Ti should read at least DX11.1. I believe that nVidia does at least support all the important features of DX11.2, though GM107 might not be fully DX11.2 compliant. Not that is matters one bit really, nothing is likely to really use DX11.2 anyway... I mean, hell, I can count the number of games that use DX11.1 on one hand, and that hand was the one that had the horrible accident in shop class with the band saw that cut off 3 fingers...:laugh:
     
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    it's a typo, I somehow forgot the last number. will show 11.0 in next version
     
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    Oh OK and Thanks. then NVIDIA LIAR - and it is True.
    Kepler cards like 760 / 770 / 780 / 780Ti / Titan / Titan Black have not fully support DX11.1 and NVIDIA say true on his official site in specification this cards have a just DX11. But Maxwell GPUs he marked DX11.2 on his site - and it is lies :(
    One crystal for both GPUs, and some Ti screen with DX11.1 http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_750_Ti_OC/28.html
    how about Ti?
     
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    I guess you could say that, technically the card will play 11.2 games but not all features will be hardware accelerated, it's my understanding that these missing features can still run on these GPUs even though they lack the silicon to properly accelerate them as they are backwards compatible. Same with DX12, MS already revealed all hardware down to Fermi will support it.

    How much this affects how games will run on Nvidia hardware compared to AMD hardware is up in the air as currently there are no 11.2 games in the market.

    As for the support for the 750Ti, it stands to reason that it will not fully accelerate 11.2 as it's based on the exact same silicon as the non-Ti version.
     
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    if GPU Developer marked GPU DX11.2 on his official site, but this GPU not FULL support DX11.2 - GPU Developer LIAR - it is just a fact. What a shame NVIDIA.... pffffffff......
    all other things about it - just lyrics, no more.
    Topic can be closed.
     
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    It supports all relevant gaming extensions in the DX11.1 and 11.2 specs. Other extensions within those subsets are not supported no.

    So for all intents and purposes, if you're gaming these cards support DX11.2
     
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    The same can be said about Kepler, but NVIDIA about him not lied, on his official website. And mark him DX11.
    Nvidia Maxwell are not have a full support DX11.2 and this is new 2014 architecture "with old holes".
    AMD GCN (2011) have full support DX11.2
    What did NVIDIA all these years? shame.
    And finally http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/anyk6/
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