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ATi Radeon 2000 Series Launch: X2900XT Review

We were also shown a neat Ruby Demo running on DirectX 10:

Then later, another DirectX 10 demo, this time a new upcoming
game called Call of Juarez:

Below, you see how different the game looks running DirectX 9
vs DirectX 10:

The most obvious difference is seen when looking at the much
better-looking water effects, and High Dynamic Range effects.

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