Rage3D take a look at Assassin's Creed D3D10.1 support

Thursday 17th April 2008, 11:54:00 PM, written by Rys

Rage3D have taken a look at the PC version of Assassin's Creed, a game I've been into for a long time on 360, to check out what's new when you run the game under Vista SP1.  You'll remember that SP1 brings D3D10.1 support.  Alex checks to see if the two are related somehow.

The answer is a resounding yes, with both performance and image quality improvements to be had if you have a D3D10.1 GPU (R6-class ATI only) and the Microsoft operating system that everyone loves to hate, along with its latest collection of fixes, improvements and additional features.

You can find the full article over at Rage3D, where they take a look at HD 3870 X2 performance, Quad Crossfire and the good old HD 2900 XT (a card I have a serious soft spot for, even if nobody else ever did).


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