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need help chooseing a video card directx 9 Vs. 10


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Mr. Robot

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well my problem is in no way will i ever get Vista do to the malware (or DRM as they call it) cause i believe anything that cripples the user in an OS form fully using what they legally own is malware (DRM messes up a lot or just doesn't work on older things/random things) plus the fact vista just hogs a lot of resources to protect/use a lot of stuff the "user" finds useless or just doesn't need/want

so most cards today say "direct x 10 compatible" and i was wondering if that means that these cards will not work in directx 9.. cause since i will always stick with XP (untill MS gets its stick out of its butt thats companys/media>user)

well enough of the rant... main issue here is.. do "direct x 10 compatible" video cards work good with direct x 9








PS. links about TC malware
http://www.michaelge.../view/1640/159/
http://www.lafkon.net/tc/
http://video.google....usted computing

this site is down... you think M$ had anything to do with it?>>>>http://www.againsttcpa.com/
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All DirectX10 cards will work under DirectX9.
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