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DirectX 11.1: neither for the GeForce 600s nor for Windows 7? DirectX 11.1: neither for the GeForce 600s nor for Windows 7?

For the last weeks, the fact that DirectX 11.1 isn’t supported in Windows 7 has been getting a lot of attention. We have now learned that the GeForce GTX 600s simply don’t support this API! Our analysis follows…

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