Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Cyberdyne, Jan 29, 2012.
State of Decay looks good at 2160p w/o aa...same as 1080p + 4sgssa I think
0x000012C1 for State of Decay works for me too, but my gpu says no to sgssaa. Low Settings SMAA 50-60fps. WTF
2160p is incorrectly scaled on my system. It appears to be zoomed in too much and crops off text in the inventory and stuff on the right-hand side of the screen even though it appears fullscreen on 16:10 displays (1080p is letterboxed). Just switch between 1080p and 2160p and you'll see what I mean.
at 16:9 (my native ratio), the only thing that scaled wrong for me at 2160p it's a minimap (half of it are gone)...the rest are fine. And the game does not allow me to set the 16:10 ratio...
at 1080p?.. use nvidia fxaa instead...maybe it will help
Try without flags to see if it works.
That's always the go to option if there isn't one listed for a game.
Try without it, then request someone to find one if they have the game
Nah not working without flags : /
Make sure that the right .exe is set in the profile for each game too.
Sometimes a driver profile will have a differerring executable than the shipping game.
Check which one is running when you are playing the game.
If not, then try 0x000000C1 for SGSSAA.
Also: Just thought anyone may like to know you can force SGSSAA,OGSSAA,OGSSAA Hybrid without a flag (0x00000000)in
Avencast Rise of The Mage -
You need to create a custom profile for it, and make sure to disable the bloom shader. It makes AA blurry for some reason. (I'm usually a fan of bloom, but it's not done terribly well in this game.)
No AA http://i3.minus.com/ibvAv7CPShuiIc.png
16xS without bloom http://i.minus.com/ik5MAxaE7opSU.png
16xS With bloom http://i.minus.com/ibks3Z42E1EFDS.png
Nah not working : /
That seems to be showing that it is only set to affect the launcher for the game. Is "launcher.exe" what is running while you actually play the game? Check in task manager
...try to tweak it manually - this is HOW
Is there a way to force AA + Transparency Super Samling in Skyrim? Tried 0x000010C1 for AA but neither super samling or AA kicks in.. I also tried the BF3/skyrim flag that comes with the latest version of Nvidia Inspector, same thing. Any other flags than 0x00411245 and 0x000010C1 that i could try?
I seem to remember that i got it to work a few months back, but unsure which flag i used, i know the one i found here didnt do nothing..
Maybe something with my settings? http://piclair.com/data/v9js4.jpg
I've turned off in-game AA / AF.. also tried turning off ENB, no change. I also don't get any AF either so it looks like ****.
You have put the flag in the wrong section.
Should look like this:
Should have guessed lol.. 0x000010C1 still doesnt do anything, but 0x00411245 worked! Thanks!
Yeah, as tobber said, you have the flag in the wrong place, take a look at the OP if you need a step-by-step vurt.
Also, I'm a fan of your floral mods, may every open world game (that is non-post-apocalyptic) be filled with your wonderfully accurate plants and such
@fr33jack: Thanks for the info, runs smooth without ambient occlusion. Think i need a new gpu at next. By the way i`ve see that the game is early access. I think the hole game runs much better then now.
don't ruin your experience. The game kinda in beta status - full of major bugs and such...MAJOR...bugs =)
I hope you don't plan to say that every day until someone investigates it for you jarshak.
Anyone else having performance issues with The Bureau: XCOM Declassified? I really want to run this game with 4x SGSSAA but it slows the game to unplayable framerates.
I don't get it. I shouldn't be having this issue with a GTX 770, should I? I have no problem running that level of SGSSAA with other recent Unreal 3 engine games (Outlast for example), and the visuals for The Bureau don't seem especially impressive.
Plus I'm running it in DX9 mode (no other choice if I want AA), so I don't have Tessellation enabled. Everything else is maxed except for Ambient Occlusion which I have disabled.
Sounds like a CPU bottleneck maybe. Your profile says you are only running a Phenom II.
But also: What resolution?