Aliens vs. Predator (2010)
DX11 isnt a Vista feature.
Its only Windows 7.
And also to the other people, there is DX11 Nvidia cards have been for a while, but very pricey. About a month away from retail cards for the public which will be on sale.
EDIT: The retail GPU's will be GF100 architecture, and will be called GT460 and GTX480.
[Edited by DABhand, 2/16/2010 6:53:43 PM]
The GF100 (Fermi) is supposed to be DX11, but it was also supposed to come out before xmas so I'm not holding my breath over it either way. The latest reports aren't good on it; hot, power-hungry, and late are the three big words to describe it.
BUT, 4 options for DX 11 are disabled...
[Edited by Omegared99, 2/17/2010 6:19:11 AM]
DAB, do NOT spread misinformation. Just because Windows 7 was a launch platform for DX11, does NOT mean it's Win7 exclusive. I was under the same misunderstanding as well, but DX11 is fully usable in Vista so long as a DX11 card is used and the DX11 software is present and a DX11 game is being played.
There are no artificial impossibilities aside from the usual non-supported software (Windows XP) not getting it. Both vista and Win7 are well within their supported phase, which means both Win7 and Vista can fully utilize DX11 features.
Don't believe me? A quick google search will give you the lowdown on it.
I reiterate: DX11 is fully utilized by both Win7 and Vista so long as a DX11 card (IE: Radeon HD5770-5890) is present and DirectX is properly updated.