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Moore Threads GPU Driver Now Officially Supports DirectX11

by William Linden
Moore Threads GPU

The entrance of the fourth player into the competitive GPU market has been characterized by a journey marked with its fair share of challenges. Despite MTT S80 being unveiled several months ago, the initial impressions surrounding its performance and software support have been somewhat lackluster. Nevertheless, the company has been diligently pushing forward, steadily achieving notable strides in the refinement of its drivers and the introduction of an impressive array of new features and optimizations.

A significant juncture in this journey is the latest update, which holds the distinction of signaling the transition from the ‘community’ phase to a more robust ‘stable’ status for the driver. Particularly noteworthy is the inclusion of official support for DirectX 11, a critical milestone that underlines MTT’s commitment to progress. This integration with DirectX 11 is complemented by a host of enhancements to the DisplayPort MST and DSC capabilities, a development that has empowered the card to confidently deliver an astonishing 4K 144Hz output. Alongside these strides, commendable improvements have been incorporated into the PES (Moore Thread control center app), ensuring a more user-friendly and streamlined experience.

The ambit of games compatible with the MTT GPU series has undergone a substantial expansion, welcoming into its fold titles such as the immensely popular Genshin Impact, the enduring Dota 2, and even a throwback gem like the 2011 rendition of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. The inclusion of games like Human Fall Flat, Euro Truck Simulator 2, and Cities Skylines further emphasizes the growing compatibility of the MTT GPU series.

While it might not be an instant sway for enthusiasts who are predominantly engrossed in the realm of modern Vulkan or DirectX 12 games, the strategic incorporation of DX11 support by MTT carries profound implications. This notable inclusion catapults MTT into the ranks of established GPU giants, poised to make a formidable mark in the landscape. With DX11 compatibility firmly established, a tantalizing window of opportunity unfolds for MTT to carve a niche within the esports domain, especially in the gaming fervor of China where titles reliant on this API continue to reign supreme. The fusion of innovation and strategic insight places MTT on the cusp of an exciting new chapter in the GPU market.

MTT 230.40 GPU Driver

New Features

  1. Support for Windows DirectX 11.
  2. DisplayPort Multi-Stream Transport (MST) functionality.
  3. Display Stream Compression (DSC) functionality, capable of achieving a 144Hz refresh rate at 3840×2160 resolution.
  4. Significant improvement in driver efficiency and stability.
  5. PES Control Center uninstall driver and restart function, optimizing the PES Control Center installation process.
  6. PES Control Center game library feature.
  7. PES Control Center automatic detection of Resizable BAR status.

New Game Support

  1. “Genshin Impact”
  2. “Dota 2”
  3. “Street Fighter V”
  4. “Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare”
  5. “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3”
  6. “Euro Truck Simulator 2”
  7. “Command & Conquer: Red Alert – Remastered”
  8. “Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn – Remastered”
  9. “Stellaris”
  10. “Human: Fall Flat”
  11. “Cities: Skylines”
  12. “Football Manager 2023”
  13. “BioShock 2: Remastered”
  14. “Subnautica: Dave’s Journey”
  15. “BattleBit Remastered”

MTT GPUs are not sold outside China; however, this does not prevent enthusiasts from purchasing this GPU. As already demonstrated it can even play Crysis. On paper, the MTT GPU specs look great. In fact, the S80 is the only PCIe Gen5 capable gaming GPU on the market. But many issues, such as high idle power or the lack of support for modern APIs, mean that most users are better off with GeForce, Arc or Radeon GPUs.

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