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Direct X Vs OpenGL

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This has been done to death!

Also, comparing DirectX to OpenGL is an unfair comparison. THat''s like comparing a swiss army knife to a scalpel--DirectX encapsulates many many differnet libraries for sight, sound, networking, movies, music, input, and so much more. OpenGL is JUST graphics.

If you meant Direct3D, or DirectX Graphics, or whatever--the bottom line is both OpenGL and Direct3D are powerful and each one is only as good as the implementation you write up for it.

It all comes down to a matter of personal taste.

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if you want more then what Omaha has said Search the Forums. you will find more then a fair share of identical questions.

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Before asking a question, you should spend a few minutes looking through older posts or other parts of the site to see if the question has already been answered (chances are, it has). There are several topics that will generally get closed immediately, often because they incite flame wars. Have a nice day.

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