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  • bemerk
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    Joshua Ashtom made a 9 to 10/11 project called dxup and i think there was something else than the vodoo thing you mentioned. I need so look at the vk discord , maybe i remember it wrong

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  • geearf
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    Originally posted by bemerk View Post
    Weren't there projects that extended this and pushed games from lower dx versions to higher versions so the vk translation layer could cover these games too?
    Maybe you're thinking of dgvoodoo and dgvoodoo2.

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  • doublez13
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    Originally posted by bemerk View Post
    Weren't there projects that extended this and pushed games from lower dx versions to higher versions so the vk translation layer could cover these games too?
    YUP! There's a couple projects that convert dx8 to dx9

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  • bemerk
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    Weren't there projects that extended this and pushed games from lower dx versions to higher versions so the vk translation layer could cover these games too?

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  • Danny3
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    Wow, this is very nice!
    "a single project is now providing support from Direct3D 9 through Direct3D 11".
    This is the only thing I care about and want!
    I will never buy or care to play games made with DirectX 12 in mind, where there developers had the arrogance to think that I will install the spyware / adware OS just to play their game.

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  • aufkrawall
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    One cool thing about D9VK is that it can be much faster than native D3D9 in CPU bound scenarios. E.g. Borderlands 2 profits by about ~50% more fps.

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  • phoronix
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    D9VK Merged Into Upstream DXVK

    Phoronix: D9VK Merged Into Upstream DXVK

    D9VK, the frog-themed Direct3D 9 over Vulkan translation layer originally based on DXVK, has now been merged into the upstream DXVK Direct3D 10/11 over Vulkan layer. In other words, a single project is now providing support from Direct3D 9 through Direct3D 11 for Vulkan acceleration in speeding up the Windows gaming on Linux experience...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...rges-Into-DXVK
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