I have GTX 750Ti and dont have directx 12.0, Why?

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  1. Geneo's Avatar
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    DustSailor said:
    Even though his own image says he has 12 support?
    That is what the OS supports, not his graphics card. You see? It is under the system section.

    Here is what a Maxwell that supports directx 12 looks like:

    I have GTX 750Ti and dont have directx 12.0, Why?-capture.png
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  2. DustSailor's Avatar
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       #12

    Oh I found it. in the DxDiag report under the Display tab, under drivers, you can see the feature level. Only goes to 11
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  3. elbmek's Avatar
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       #13

    I have this card, but no problems
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  4. DustSailor's Avatar
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    Reading up on it, I realize the cards generally tail the OS when it comes to newer DirectX releases. So by the time 13 comes out, we might have just bought new cards with 12 still on them. Of course, unless you get high end cards I guess.
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  5. Geneo's Avatar
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    DustSailor said:
    Reading up on it, I realize the cards generally tail the OS when it comes to newer DirectX releases. So by the time 13 comes out, we might have just bought new cards with 12 still on them. Of course, unless you get high end cards I guess.
    Their was no tail actually. Maxwell cards supporting directx 12 came out before directx 12 on Windows 10 - about a year ago. The lag is most of us cannot afford to be at the leading edge - a graphics card is a significant investment.
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  6. elbmek's Avatar
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    Geneo said:
    The lag is most of us cannot afford to be at the leading edge - a graphics card is a significant investment.
    Absolutely
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  7. Posts : 131
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       #17

    The 750 has a Maxwell processor.
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  8. bobkn's Avatar
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    KACI said:
    The 750 has a Maxwell processor.
    Demystifying DirectX 12 support in Windows 10: What AMD, Intel, and Nvidia do and dont deliver | ExtremeTech

    This article claims that the first generation Maxwell cards will support DX 12.0 in hardware. (Gen 2, DX 12.1.) The 750ti uses a GM107 GPU, so it's Maxwell Gen 1.

    I'm at a loss to explain why there's no DX 12.0 in the OP's feature list. The driver version is 355.98, so that's not the problem.
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  9. Geneo's Avatar
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    Ah I forgot that about the oddball 750 being the first generation.

    Then it is probably more likely MS detecting al 7xx as Fermi or something of that sort.
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  10. Geneo's Avatar
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       #20

    I take that back.
    Consider this, here is what the Nvidia site says in the specs for cards and directx support:

    660 Ti: 12 API
    750 Ti 12 API
    970 says 12 API with Feature Level 12_1

    In other words even the 660 Ti says it supports the 12 API (meaning it will work with Directx 12 OS), but neither the 660 Ti or 750 Ti have any DirectX 12 feature level supported in hardware. The hardware support for these go up to Directx 11. The 970 supports feature set 12_1.

    So the article is incorrect.


    See for instance
    https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...60m-directx12/

    and particular the specifications here:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814127784
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