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Your PC is either DirectX 12 Ultimate-ready or you’re not a real gamer

Add DirectX 12 Ultimate to the list of stickers and logos you’ll want to look for while buying PC hardware. In March 2020, Microsoft announced DirectX 12 Ultimate, which encapsulates many of the next-gen PC hardware and Xbox Series X technologies that Microsoft is now explicitly encouraging consumers to buy: DirectX Raytracing (DXR) tier 1.1, Variable

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