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DX10 vs DX9

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I have been running DX10 for about four months now. But as in life I started to take the amazing graphics for granted. It wasn't until I installed WOAI and had the aircraft turn white and decided to go back to DX9 that I realized what a truly amazing difference DX10 made! Oh and incidentally when I switch back to DX10 after running DX9, all of the WOAI aircraft work perfectly! This FSX really is a strange creature.


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I have tried running FSX in DX10 mode, and.....to be perfectly honest.....I think it looks better in DX9 mode. DX10 can't handle the full AA and AF settings that I use in FSX, and it's those that make the biggest difference to the quality of the graphics.


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