NVidia Anti-Aliasing Guide (updated)

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Cyberdyne, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. utilizer

    utilizer Member

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    Personally, I just add a new game profile through NVIDIA Profile Manager. It's a 100% similar to Mass Effect 3 profile cause Deadlight bears the same game engine (U3).
     
  2. Marcel

    Marcel Maha Guru

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    For Dishonored works 0x080000C1(SGSSAA). Less blur and better performance than with ...00C1 and ...10C1

    [​IMG]
     
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    Nevermind, got it sorted (Dead Space 2)
     
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    Read forum before post, and use spoilers for images. :bang:
     

  5. Noisiv

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    Try 8xSQ with 0x0000F0C1 flag.
    It is at least as good as "3840x2160 + SGSSAA x4 + MSAA x4".

    0x000000C1 should give more performance, but I'm not vouching for the quality.
     
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    *Edit*
    My fault, I thought it was about Dishonored...
     
  7. Marcel

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    on the picture it's no spoiler. nothing important... Your post I had not noticed.
     
  8. rewt

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    lol I think he meant spoiler forum tags
     
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    Painkiller : Hell a Damnation

    0x080000C1 (SGSSAA)
     

  11. dsbig

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    anything for need for speed most wanted?


    edit: using downsampling for now
     
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  12. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    @ dsbig - Although this uses the same engine as 2010's Hot Pursuit, that ran in DX9 and this one is DX11 apparently so that game's AA flag from the NVIDA profile won't unfortunately work with Most Wanted... unless you can force it to run under DX9 then it might.

    There are very few AA flags for DX10/11 games so it looks like you'll have to use downsampling and/or FXAA via the driver or SMAA via an injector until NVIDIA (if they even bother to) add support for anti-aliasing. I suspect is very unlikely myself as they'll just rely on people using their FXAA via the driver.
     
  13. Marcel

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    some another settings for Painkiller Hell a damnation? Except SGSSAA? For SGSSAA Works ...10C1 ...00C1 and 0x080000C1 but all settings have the same performance(+/- 5 FPS). Sometimes the fps reduced to 30_20 with 4xSGSSAA.
     
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    007 legends AA?
     
  15. Wanny

    Wanny Guest

    So whoever did AA through driver in Dead Space 2 before, what is the best option out there? Is there a flag that won't do white outliens and bug out dynamic shadows or is it still like this to this day?
    Whats the difference between Dead Space 2 - 0x004030C0 or 0x00411245 ?

    Thanks :) I'm really not a good driver forced AA specialist. I know that there are many out there in the wild...
     

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    I think most people have just settled with lower settings, or downsampling+FXAA/SMAA.

    I would LOVE to be able to not compromise with this game though.

    Maybe I should install the game (Have it, but never have played it or installed) and test out every bit possible
     
  17. Cyberdyne

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    New version of inspector btw.
     
  18. BetA

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    Jup...:)

    Changes:

     
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    I bought Euro Truck simulator 2 and it is really nicer than the 1st but, trying to mess with the AA in nvidia inspector i could enhance the graphics and it seems that the aliasing stil can be improved.

    My question is which graphic engine do they use ?
    (It is an SCS software release, along with Microïds)

    Google didn't helped yet and i used the "0x0000F0C1" flag. That's what i did yet
     
  20. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    Found this on a german forum:



    maybe that works ;)
     

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