Catalyst AA Guide

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Catalyst Drivers Section' started by BlackZero, Sep 15, 2011.

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  1. The Mac

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    It doesnt need to have the option in-game, but it does need to support it. (for dx10 and dx11) wich is the point of the chart.

    aslo, CCC is a bit wonky when it comes to some overrides.

    Try Radeon Pro. It has a lot of extra goodies CCC doesnt (like dynamic vsync, smaa, and triple buffering)
     
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    For DX10 and 11, game engine antialiasing may need to be enabled and/or CCC super sampling may have to be turned on before starting the application.
     
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    If this is tje case, should one "enhance" or "override" AA settings in CCC
     
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    depends, overriding is really only if ingame doesnt support as many samples as youd like.

    for the most part, id enhance, and select your mode.

    Youll just have to fiddle.
     

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