Nvidia AA guide

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by GanjaStar, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. Dublin_Gunner

    Dublin_Gunner Ancient Guru

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    In the OSD settings you need to put a tick beside what values you want to see.
    It shows exactly the same as FAPS as they obtain their info the same way. Itll take screen shots too.
     
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    yes its showing the same fps but the fps shower from msi doesnt show it realtime ,the fps doesnt update as fast as the one in fraps..also it has a delay...play a game with both of them on and see that when fraps is showing 34 then 40 fps then 45 msi in the time fraps will show 40 it will show 35 and when fraps is showing 45 msi will show 40 because its not realtime it has a delay...i cant explain better than this sorry
     
  3. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    By default MSI Afterburner is set to update its OSD every 1,000 ms (i.e. 1 second) but you can lower that to 500 ms or even 100 ms I believe.
     
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    how to do that?hardware polling rate to 100?i think its better but not yet as good as fraps
     
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    SilentHill Homecoming - AA works only in 16:9 resolutions!
    0x20000301
    - for MSAA; 0x200012C1 - for SGSSAA

    Using Nvidia Inspector impossible add to the profile path to the exe file.
    Therefore, using the Geforce SLI Profile Tool, add the profile:
    Code:
    Profile "SilentHill Homecoming"
        ShowOn All
        ProfileType Application
        Executable "homecoming/bin/game.exe"
    EndProfile
    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    noAA:
    [​IMG]

    8xMSAA+8xTrSSAA:
    [​IMG]

    8xMSAA+8xSGSSAA:
    [​IMG]
    0x00020041 - partially works, but not for all the edges and gives a white outline.
    0x00020041 - 8xMSAA + 8xTrSSAA:
    [​IMG]
    0x000030C1 - works for all edges, no white outline.
    0x000030C1 - 4xMSAA:
    [​IMG]
     
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    anyone know about Test Drive Unlimited 2 aa flag? :nerd:
     
  7. paradox

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    any new Dead Space 2 flags?
     
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    cool, must try 0x00030C1 for BF BC2. AA is so rubbish in that game
     
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    This is off topic and a long explanation isn't really needed but what is the sli and sli directx 10 compatibility bits for Homefront in inspector?
     

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    No, i tried, Medal of Honor got weird white line at edge in the dark [at night time in game] with 0x000030C1 and the screen are blur, so there is only 0x00020041 works with sharp image...........but the AA quality isnt perfect

    P.S. i am using the latest driver with clean install!!!
     
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    Does anyone know how to flag Deus Ex 2: Invisible War? (Steam). No matter what executable I try and force AA with, it doesn't do anything. In game AA doesn't work either and it messes up the custom resolution if you try to set it.
     
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    Ghostbusters - Sanctum of Slime aa flags?tried most of them and nothing...
     
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    I keep messing with the flags for Alpha protocol, 0x00000041 and 0x080100c5 ( as the game in build on UE3 ) to no avail :(

    Any ideas?
     
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    Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime - 0x00001244 (AA works only in 16:9 resolutions!)

    [​IMG]

    noAA:
    [​IMG]

    8xMSAA:
    [​IMG]

    Yes 0x00001244 much faster, thanks for correction.
     
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    starting to think i picked the wrong monitor a year ago with all the problems going on with 16:10 res:|
     
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    adams venture 2 use 0x080100C5 aa flag
     
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    any bits for crysis 2 to run sgssaa ?

    :)
     
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    Crysis 2 - 0x000012C1 (for SGSSAA only)
    Before using SGSSAA you must disable in-game AA (Crytek called it - amortized multisampling).
    Create a file autoexec.cfg in Crysis 2 folder, then open it in Notepad and write command r_PostMSAA=0, then save file.
    [​IMG]

    noAA:
    [​IMG]

    In-game AA:
    [​IMG]

    8xMSAA+8xSGSSA:
    [​IMG]
     
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