Unfortunately that doesn't cover the newer RavenRidge Rysen Apus with integrated Vega Graphics. It's a shame that the nVidia Fanboys at SoftTouch don't code their DirectX in a more neutral fashion and actually test on AMD graphics as well as NVidia. It wouldn't cost that much to have one AMD graphics card and one Ravien Ridge APU system to test with. I wouldn't be a bit surprised if AMD would make a system like that available to them at a highly reduced price as they are trying to regain market share.
It really has nothing to do with being an fanboy, but which product has proven to write better drivers and produce better hardware over the long haul. We've had numerous issues with AMD drivers over the years, one in which installed a software that injected into EasyWorship and caused it to crash. We only recommend hardware that we know will provide the best results and least amount of headache for us and the customer. So far Intel processors and Nvidia video cards have proven themselves over and over to be reliable and stable platforms that we can count on. We do our best to make sure other equipment works, but if you want us to give you system requirements that we can both count on, what we have provided is it.
And maybe if you stopped using Nvidia specific DX hooks and shortcuts you wouldn't have so many problems with AMD graphics cards and display drivers.