10.7 How FORCE Vsync and AA in games??

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Dymblos, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. Dymblos

    Dymblos Member

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    im new with the CCC and i DONT understand how the **** do that... with nvidia control panel is very easy, because the options are easy to find and there is an fully list of games.. but in ccc there is nothing ¬¬
     
  2. MerolaC

    MerolaC Ancient Guru

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    felang Master Guru

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    I second that...RadeonPro is great...few topics down in same section...
     
  4. Th3_Edge

    Th3_Edge Master Guru

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    1) Open Catalyst Control Center
    2) Click on the Graphics Menu & Select 3D.
    3) Click on the ALL Button
    4) Here you will find settings for AA and Vsync.

    If you want these settings to be game specific then set what you want and then save it as a profile linking it to the game executable.
     

  5. Plug2k

    Plug2k Ancient Guru

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    of that doesnt work some games refuse to enable VSYNC you get those types even though you enable in CCC just download Rivatuner and ripout its Direct3D overrider ;)
    and use it works wonders for games like = Dead Space.
     
  6. nikitash

    nikitash Banned

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    Use this D3Doverrider for VSYNC force on all games even that game doesn't support it just remember to use triple buffering with it.

    http://hotfile.com/dl/62166782/e1018f2/D3DOverrider.rar.html here is the link

    http://rapidshare.com/files/413018585/D3DOverrider.rar
     
  7. fagoatse

    fagoatse Member Guru

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    RP does it all and has built-in d3doverrider. No need for other apps.
     

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