AMD demons DirectX 11 gaming performance on Evergreen GPUs

AMD invited Legit Reviews, where Quakecon 2009 is being hosted at for a first look at gaming on one of their upcoming DirectX 11 graphics cards. This graphics card has not been officially named yet, but it has the internal code name of 'Evergreen' and was first shown to the media back at Computex over […]

AMD invited Legit Reviews, where Quakecon 2009 is being hosted at for a first look at gaming on one of their upcoming DirectX 11 graphics cards. This graphics card has not been officially named yet, but it has the internal code name of 'Evergreen' and was first shown to the media back at Computex over in Taiwan earlier this year. Once we arrived in the AMD suite we were introduced to not one, but two systems running DX11 hardware! One system was setup running a bunch of DX11 SDKs and the other system was running the demo for the upcoming game title Wolfenstein. The Wolfenstein video game demo uses just DX9, so it really doesn't show off DirectX 11 performance or functionality, but it does show that the GPU is up and running.

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