Now the most common version of DirectX - is DirectX 9, 10, 11. If the ninth version is supported by all discrete graphics cards, the DirectX 10, 11 - the prerogative of the newer models.
If you purchased a graphics card that supportsthe latest version of DirectX, to fully implement all the features of the display card in your system and latest version of DirectX should be installed, which is supported by your video card.
You will need
- - Computer with OS Windows-
- - AIDA64 program.
The easiest way to find out the version of DirectX,which is suitable for all Windows operating systems is as follows. Click "Start", then locate "All Programs." Next, select "Standard", then run the command line in the standard program. When the command prompt appears, type dxdiag and press Enter. Wait a few seconds. You will see the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, which you are, respectively, and will be able to find out information about the version of DirectX, which is installed on your PC.
Very easy to use program for the diagnosis andComputer monitoring is AIDA64. Not only does it help to know the version of DirectX installed on the system, but will also show which version of this component is supported by your video card on the computer. You can find a trivial version of this software and enjoy some free time or pay for it.
Install the program on your computer. After installation, launch it. scroll to "Operating System" in the left window. Click the left mouse button on the arrow next to. Select "Operating System" again in the right-click menu. Then locate the "Versions components" in the right window. There is a line of DirectX. It is possible to learn not only version, but other parameters.
Check the version of DirectX, which supportsvideo card, you can also use this program. in the right window immediately after starting the program, select the component "Display". Next, select the "Graphic Processor". find "GPU Properties" in the window appeared. In this section, locate the "Support for DirectX hardware." In the "Value" of this parameter and the written version of DirectX, which is supported by the graphics card. The bottom of the current window has a link to your video card manufacturer.