MLAA in Catalyst 10.10e on 5770.

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  1. Remekra

    Remekra Member

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    Hello.

    Is there any way to enable MLAA on Radeon 5770 with 10.10e drivers?
    I tried the registry mod, but it doesn't work anymore.
     
  2. Rich_Guy

    Rich_Guy Ancient Guru

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    Theres no need for the registry mod, as the MLAA is in the 10.10e's for the 5 series by default, you just go into the AA setting, and tick the morphological AA checkbox. :)
     
  3. unkown :P

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    well im glad im not only one. I can't enable MLAA on 5770 :(
     
  4. ndude555

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    MLAA working fine here on my CFX 5770. Maybe its a CFX thing for the lower end cards (like 16xAA requires CFX)...
     

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    10.10e hotfix - No Modding

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  6. kill007

    kill007 Maha Guru

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    what exactly iis good about this mono what eva?
     
  7. The Chubu

    The Chubu Ancient Guru

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    Not at all. I play FO New Vegas 4xAA (forced trough CCC cuz ingame AA crashes a lot) and MLAA. The main idea behid MLAA is to get cheap AA at low cost. If you have a lot of GPU power, MLAA is useless cuz it blurs a little the image, better pump the AA samples instead if you can afford it.

    Also tried MLAA with GTA IV but it blurs a lot the image (well, GTAIV image it is already blured).

    Its a post proccesing effect, it shouldn't require fancy setups.

    Anyway, i read that it works trough ATiStream (runs on compute shaders). So make sure that you have ATiStream installed.
     
    Last edited: Nov 22, 2010
  8. Konrad321

    Konrad321 Banned

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    Disable ingame blur.
     
  9. Rich_Guy

    Rich_Guy Ancient Guru

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    Thats the MLAA, GTA has MLAA by default, so no need to use it in the drivers :p
     
  10. MerolaC

    MerolaC Ancient Guru

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    Not at all.
    What you enable by Hitting "P" is a Blur effect and is not near as good as MLAA. Except for the Performance hit.
     

  11. Konrad321

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    Ingame blur or MLAA is worst compared with AMDs MLAA. It's much more blurred.
     

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