"I go fast!1!11!1!"
- Oct 13, 2008
- 20,905 (6.25/day)
- IA, USA
|Processor||Intel Core i7-6700K (4 x 4.00 GHz) w/ HT and Turbo on|
|Motherboard||MSI Z170A GAMING M7|
|Memory||2 x Kingston HyperX DDR4-2133 8 GiB|
|Video Card(s)||PowerColor PCS+ 390 8 GiB DVI + HDMI|
|Storage||Crucial MX300 275 GB, Seagate 6 TB 7200 RPM|
|Display(s)||Samsung SyncMaster T240 24" LCD (1920x1200 HDMI) + Samsung SyncMaster 906BW 19" LCD (1440x900 DVI)|
|Case||Coolermaster HAF 932 w/ USB 3.0 5.25" bay|
|Audio Device(s)||Realtek Onboard, Micca OriGen+|
|Power Supply||Enermax Platimax 850w|
|Mouse||SteelSeries Sensei RAW|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro 64-bit|
|Benchmark Scores||Faster than the tortoise; slower than the hare.|
so what made going from DX 8 on XP to DX 9 So easy? Its an excuse to not code DX honestly.
DirectX 9.0c to DirectX 10 was akin to Windows 95 to Windows NT. They're both the same operating system but vastly different in execution.