Direct X11.1 is for Windows 8 Only, No Plans to Port to Windows 7

all-around gaming experience anyhow. Why? Now that most of the video drivers have been optimized for the upgrade, Windows 8 just makes gaming on a PC less of a hassle. This is in large part thanks to its faster boot times, but also just because Windows 8 (at least in my experience) crashes a lot less. In several games I’ve also noticed increased performance as well. Maybe its a placebo affect and all in my head, but games seem smoother and there is less lag on games that really tax my machine. Loading times also seem quite a bit shorter than I remember them. Have you made the jump to Windows 8 on your gaming rig yet? What do you think? [ source ]]]>

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