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How DirectStorage 1.1 could make Windows 11 an essential upgrade for PC gamers


Microsoft’s DirectStorage 1.1, a feature which uses the GPU to speed loading times, has just been tested with comparisons drawn between AMD, Intel and Nvidia graphics cards – with some very interesting results. In short, the feature looks set to seriously supercharge loading times with NVMe SSDs.

As Tom’s Hardware (opens in new tab) reports, Compusemble (opens in new tab) developed a benchmark test that German tech site PC Games Hardware (opens in new tab) (PCGH) used to produce results for AMD’s RX 7900 XT pitted against Intel’s Arc A770 and also Nvidia’s RTX 4080.



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