DX10Ja så er jeg her igen. Ville bare lige bringe et emne frem som er lidt skuffende synes jeg. Microsoft havde jo lovet os 360 ejere at vi skulle have en maskine der ville være meget stærkere end pc i lang tid frem i tiden , og gæt hva der allerede er ved at ske ? pc er allerede ved at blive stærkere igen i grafikken ved hjælp af : Direct x 10
Xbox 360 understøtter kun DX 9 og kan ikke opgraderes med en update siger ATI, og Windows Vista vil i fremtiden bruge DX 10 der efter sigende skulle hjælpe pc med at køre spillet meget mere flydende da den fjerner presset noget fra CPU'en, er ikke ekspert på dette område , men synes da lige i skulle vide det derude dem der ikke vidste dette. prøv at læse dette om : Age of Conan det kommende MMO spil som jeg bestemt venter meget på. Også det kommede "vidunder" som de kalder det : Crysis bruger DX 10 men det skulle vist alligevel komme til 360 men lidt nedgraderet muligvis.
Her er hvad programmørende af Conan siger på IGN.com it et preview :
Right from the first look, it was apparent that DX10 ups the ante in just about every category. The light that filtered through the trees looked fantastic and, as we watched the camera pan around the landscape, we saw a lush and vibrant jungle that was brought to life through some excellent texturing. It certainly looks great, though not all of the kinks have been worked out with the new tools. Age of Conan had a tendency to hang for a brief period when new quests were given, a hitch we were told only occurred on the DX10 version. The framerate also noticeably stuttered a few times as the game was being played, though it wasn't a regular and constant occurrence.
To say that the developers like DX10 might be a bit of an understatement. One Funcom employee likened using DX10 to a ketchup bottle. Before DX10, they were shaking and shaking the bottle for small results, but DX10 is like that last shake where everything comes pouring out all at once.
So where does this leave the DX10-less Xbox 360 version of Age of Conan? We asked Funcom if the 360 version would match the top-end PC build and were told that we could expect the PC version to be the prettier one. In fact, he went on to say that would quickly become the norm as PCs will essentially pass up the consoles shortly. Age of Conan on 360 will likely look like similar to the way the game does on Windows XP, which will still run using DX9. For the full visual experience, Age of Conan is going to require Vista and one insanely powerful rig.
Her er Hvad ATI skriver om rygtet der sagde at man kunne opdatere 360 med en update sa vi kunne få DX10 :
ATI has trashed a recent rumor that XBox 360 will be DirectX 10 compatible. The story first surfaced on a Dutch X360 fan site and suggested that the ATI-made graphics chip of the XBox 360 could utilise DirectX 10 following the application of a software patch. As you may expect, the news quickly spread and console fans begun a long and bitter battle regarding the importance of DX 10.
ATI has now officially commented on the story and has cleared the air once and for all, the statement: Xbox360 cannot run DX10, and confirmed what I said earlier about the extended functionality. The Xbox360 has unique features including memory export that can enable DX10-class functionality such as stream-out. From what we're hearing, Crysis will support DX9 with some sort of use for DX10 features. It's likely that those DX10 visuals can be replicated on the Xbox360, but it can't be properly called DX10.
So there you have it, it sounds like the ATI spokesperson is bending over backwards to convince us that X360 won't need DX10, a definite sign that the console's hardware does not support the new API. Crysis however, will definitely make Microsoft's console although only very high end PCs will be able to run it in its full DX10 shaded glory.
Her er nogle screenshots fra Conan
Her kommer et eksempel på Directx 9.0 fra Microsoft's Flight simulator x
Og her er er det samme billed renderet i Directx 10
Endnu et eksempel på Hva Pc kan og 360 ik kan læs her :
Crysis coming to 360; 2 other new games tooPosted in Xbox 360, Games, PC by Ross Hayward on January 13th, 2007 at 22:31
You’ve all read the heading, so now you have to calm down and read. Crysis has been announced to be coming to the 360 on the 1UP show. A developer talking to the 1UP guys when they were at CES revealed several details about the 360 version. Two other games also announced are Warhound and CrimeCraft.
The big news first is the PC game Crysis is coming to the 360. However, that PC game won’t be the same game as what we will see on the home console. Because Crysis will be running at DirectX10, the game would look inferior since the 360 can only do DirectX9 (as mentioned before). So, the developers are using the same universe that the PC game is set in, with some similar story elements, but the gameplay will be entirely different. The developers told the 1UP guys that they weren’t even going to try and replicate Crysis. This would be because the PC version will be running so much more stuff that the 360 couldn’t handle, and would be disappointing. They stated that the game needs to run deeper, with the physics and world needing to be constructed differently. They admitted that the 360 version may not be as “wow” as the PC version in terms of graphics. It’s not a port in any way, so if you bought both versions, you would still get two different experiences with the game. The developers Crytek are the same developers responsible for FarCry, so we could see a game similar (but hopefully better) to that.
There will be a big debate no doubt between the PC fanboys and the 360 fanboys about this one. Everyone knows that the Crysis on the PC will look stunning on a top end PC. But can the console version be just as good, even if it doesn’t look anywhere near as pretty? Only time will tell, but graphics don’t make everything. This confirms earlier rumblings last year of a possible port, although as already mentioned, it’ll be a different game. Skip to the 22:30 mark on the 1UP podcast to hear the chatter about the 360 version.
There is currently no news of when the game will be released for the 360.
Her kommer flere udtalelser :
Første anmeldelser af NVIDIAs G80 / DirectX 10 GPU9. november 2006 08:53 af Jan "Phonetic" de Sousa Ganske belejligt på dagen, hvor Microsoft melder Windows Vista klar til trykken, udløber NDA'en for offentliggørelsen af anmeldelser af NIVDIAs seneste GPU i form af deres GeForce 8800 GTX & 8800 GTS. Der er tale om lidt af et bæst baseret på 90nm teknologien og G80 chippen indeholder ikke mindre end 681 millioner transistorer. Chippen er samtidig den første som understøtter det kommende Direct X 10, og selvom anmelderne ikke rigtig kan teste (de burde prøve Vista RC2) det endnu, spiser G80 gladelig samtlige konkurrenter under Direct X 9 også, og ganske overbevisende. Afskrækker et voldsomt strømforbrug og en pebret introduktionspris dig ikke, kan du læse anmeldelser af dyret hos bl.a. Anandtech, Guru3D, Hexus.net, Legit Reviews, The Tech Report samt Hardware Info. G80 har forøvrigt mere power end RSX-chippen i en PlayStation 3. Ganske tankevækkende at PS3 allerede er overgået før den lanceres.
Sådan skulle det nye monsterstærke grafikkort til pc-ejerne se ud.
I er velkomne til at skrive nogle kommentarer. Ja som jeg skriver er jeg ikke ekspert på dette område , håber bare at 360 kan klare sig med sin hardware på en anden måde og alligevel komme op på det niveau hva siger i derude ??
\ Dr Tunisia