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I have written my first SciChart WPF application using the latest free trial version (4.0.5.8246). It is a simple evaluation application that draws one or more lines with each line defined to have 100 or more points. I am using the following SciChart types from the n4.5 DLLs:

SciChartSurface
NumericAxis
FastLineRenderableSeries
XyDataSeries<double,double>

Also, I have my project platform target set to x64 and Debug. I have verified I have DirectX installed (SDK, June 2010, 9.29.1962.0).

How can I be sure that DirectX is being used for rendering and not software rendering?

I have attached the code for this fairly simple application.

Thanks,
Dave

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Hi Dave,

Thanks for writing to us. Have you seen our Performance tips & tricks article? You can find there some basic things which can have a great impact on performance. Please ensure you are following the suggestions from this article.

Concerning the DirectX rendering plugin, please take a look at this article.

Hope this helps! Please let us know if there are still any performance issues,

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Thanks for your reply, which did provide the information I needed to use the DirectX rendering surface. I now get better performance with my evaluation application.

Thanks,
Dave

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