1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 11, 2015 8:19 PM by kingfish

    DX11, Win10-64bits, Radeon 5470.

    arielsee

      Hello.

       

       

       

      I have a XFX One 1gb ATI Radeon 5470 card, that says in the box it supports DX11.

       

       

       

      But in Windows 10 64bits, dxdiag says version 11.2 and AMD CCC 15.7.1 says D3D version is 9.14.01128.

       

       

       

      What is the supported version of DirectX for my card ? How can i upgrade the AMD drivers for at least DX11 as it is said in the box and selling ads ?

       

       

       

      Gratzie for the time, Ariel.

        • Re: DX11, Win10-64bits, Radeon 5470.
          kingfish

          You have DX11.2...What is the question Do you want to degrade it back to DX11? Don't worry, be happy

           

           

          DirectX versionVersion numberOperating systemDate released
          DirectX 1.04.02.0095September 30, 1995
          DirectX 2.0Was shipped only with a few 3rd party applications1996
          DirectX 2.0a4.03.00.1096Windows 95 OSR2 and Windows NT 4.0June 5, 1996
          DirectX 3.04.04.00.0068September 15, 1996
          4.04.00.0069Later package of DirectX 3.0 included Direct3D 4.04.00.00691996
          DirectX 3.0a4.04.00.0070Windows NT 4.0 SP3 (and above)
          last supported version of DirectX for Windows NT 4.0
          December 1996
          DirectX 3.0b4.04.00.0070This was a very minor update to 3.0a that fixed a cosmetic problem with the Japanese version of Windows 95December 1996
          DirectX 4.0Never launched
          DirectX 5.04.05.00.0155 (RC55)Available as a beta for Windows 2000 that would install on Windows NT 4.0August 4, 1997
          DirectX 5.24.05.01.1600 (RC00)DirectX 5.2 release for Windows 95May 5, 1998
          4.05.01.1998 (RC0)Windows 98 exclusiveJune 25, 1998
          DirectX 6.04.06.00.0318 (RC3)Windows CE as implemented on DreamcastAugust 7, 1998
          DirectX 6.14.06.02.0436 (RC0)February 3, 1999
          DirectX 6.1a4.06.03.0518 (RC0)Windows 98 SE exclusiveMay 5, 1999
          DirectX 7.04.07.00.0700 (RC1)September 22, 1999
          4.07.00.0700Windows 2000February 17, 2000
          DirectX 7.0a4.07.00.0716 (RC0)March 8, 2000
          4.07.00.0716 (RC1)2000
          DirectX 7.14.07.01.3000 (RC1)Windows Me exclusiveSeptember 14, 2000
          DirectX 8.04.08.00.0400 (RC10)November 12, 2000
          DirectX 8.0a4.08.00.0400 (RC14)Last supported version for Windows 95 and last version to have software rendering support[11]February 5, 2001
          DirectX 8.14.08.01.0810Windows XP, Windows XP SP1, Windows Server 2003 and Xbox exclusiveOctober 25, 2001
          4.08.01.0881 (RC7)This version is for the down level operating systems
          (Windows 98, Windows Me and Windows 2000)
          November 8, 2001
          DirectX 8.1a4.08.01.0901 (RC?)This release includes an update to Direct3D (D3d8.dll)2002
          DirectX 8.1b4.08.01.0901 (RC7)This update includes a fix to DirectShow on Windows 2000 (Quartz.dll)June 25, 2002
          DirectX 8.24.08.02.0134 (RC0)Same as the DirectX 8.1b but includes DirectPlay 8.22002
          DirectX 9.04.09.00.0900 (RC4)December 19, 2002
          DirectX 9.0a4.09.00.0901 (RC6)March 26, 2003
          DirectX 9.0b4.09.00.0902 (RC2)August 13, 2003
          DirectX 9.0c[12]4.09.00.0903Windows XP SP2 exclusive
          4.09.00.0904 (RC0)August 4, 2004
          4.09.00.0904Xbox 360, Windows XP SP2, SP3*, Windows Server 2003 SP1 and Windows Server 2003 R2August 6, 2004 / April 21, 2008*
          DirectX - bimonthly updates4.09.00.0904 (RC0 for DX 9.0c)The February 9, 2005 release is the first 64-bit capable build.[13] The last build for Windows 98SE/Me is the redistributable from December 13, 2006.[14][15] The last build for Windows 2000 is the redistributable from February 5, 2010.[16] April 2006 is the first official support to Windows Vista[17] and August 2009 is the first official support to Windows 7 and DX11 update[18]Released bimonthly from October 2004 to August 2007, and quarterly thereafter; Latest version: June 2010[19]
          DirectX 106.00.6000.16386Windows Vista exclusiveNovember 30, 2006
          DirectX 10.16.00.6001.18000Windows Vista SP1, Windows Server 2008
          includes Direct3D 10.1
          February 4, 2008
          6.00.6002.18005Windows Vista SP2, Windows Server 2008 SP2
          includes Direct3D 10.1
          April 28, 2009
          DirectX 116.01.7600.16385Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2October 22, 2009
          6.00.6002.18107Windows Vista SP2 and Windows Server 2008 SP2, through the Platform Update for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008[20]October 27, 2009
          6.01.7601.17514Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1February 16, 2011
          DirectX 11.16.02.9200.16384Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Server 2012August 1, 2012
          DirectX 11.26.03.9600.16384Windows 8.1, Windows RT, Windows Server 2012 R2October 18, 2013
          DirectX 12.010.00.10240.16384Windows 10, Xbox OneJuly 29, 2015
          Notes