DirectX 11.2 is an updated version of the graphics technology to improve the performance of games and graphics apps. Now Microsoft has unveiled this programming language (API) for Windows 8.1 Preview and Xbox One console exclusive, without compatible with Windows 7.
Tiled Resources is a new advanced Direct3D graphics technology in DirectX 11.2. Developers don’t need to overload the graphics card and easily pull high resolution into a dynamical scene. PC gamers would play DirectX 11.2-based games with much better resolution of textures displayed, even there is no blurred or fuzzy textures when viewed close up.
The software also turns DirectX apps into faster UI response, and is built to use RAM with both of graphics and system. The incremental update has some major goodies but still has limit. If you would like to get more details, click to access the Microsoft’s website.