AMD Unveils World's First DirectX 11 Graphics Processor, Takes It for a Spin in Public

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AMD demoed their buzzed-about DirectX 11 graphics processor at the Computex show in Taiwan, offering proof that they're making progress in getting to market first with their product.


Engadget says details are scant, but mention that AMD says that new DX11 features, such as the Compute Shader, will help improve Windows 7 performance, among other things. They expect their DirectX 11 products to be available in late 2009. [AMD via Engadget]