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Doesn't it depend on your graphics card? I doubt that anyone on an old computer with a DirectX-9 graphics card will actually see the difference.

Are there any DirectX-12 cards out there?
“To get the full benefits of DX12, the answer is yes,” Ybarra told the reporter. “There will be DX 11.1 cards that take advantage of a lot of the driver and software tech that we’re bringing in Windows 10, but if you want the full benefits of DX12, you’re going to need a DX12 card.“

“While we are not yet ready to detail everything related to DirectX12, we can share that we are working closely with all of our hardware partners to help ensure that most modern PC gaming hardware will work well with DirectX12, including; nVidia’s Maxwell, Kepler and Fermi-based GPUs, Intel’s 4th generation (and newer) Core processors and AMD’s Graphics Core Next (GCN) based GPUs."

Don't panic! DirectX12 won't require a new graphics card after all | PCWorld
Thanks for the article :)