This is the NEW list of all currently available graphics cards that are DirectX 12 and DirectX 11 capable, along with links to product details for each, courtesy of Amazon.

Revision 20 of this list is current as of November 2015. See the list.

Shame on you, NVidia.

Not only did you promise that your Geforce 400 and 500 series cards would support DX12, you have also been falsely advertising these cards on your website as DirectX 12 cards the whole time! See the truth.

Nvidia released the GeForce GT 520 last week without any fanfare or marketing. The GT 520 will be the new entry level product and may confuse buyers who also notice the previously released GT 430. See the difference.

Like every PC game released nowadays, Dragon Age 2 has plenty of issues that either hurt the experience for gamers, or flat out keep them from playing altogether. The DA2 black polygon glitch makes the game simply unplayable with DirectX 11 enabled on Nvidia cards. Thankfully, Nvidia was quick to respond with a beta update to solve the problem. Get the beta driver.

What is a GTX 465? With the release of the powerful DirectX 11 GTX 470 and 480, Nvidia wanted to have an option with a lower price point to compete with sales of the Radeon 5850.

This price point as of today’s release is $279.99 + shipping on The card still uses the GF100 based Fermi 40nm architecture that is now in full production. See how the 465 compares.