Texture filtering - Quality...

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  1. deviationer

    deviationer New Member

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    What you do run?

    For the longest time I have ran High Quality, but is the Quality setting which has the optimization worth it?
     
  2. Richard_Noggin

    Richard_Noggin Maha Guru

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    deathvirus Ancient Guru

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    I use Performance with all optimizations turned off ... works best for me ..
     
  4. Raikku

    Raikku Master Guru

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    "Those who know" say that "Quality" is right setting for 3D quality, because High Quality affects more to 2D-image processing, its recommended for graphical work etc.


    Thats just what i think(or what i've read).
     

  5. And0r

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    Is there any real difference in quality/performance between these two modes quality/high quality?

    Andy
     
  6. Vichello

    Vichello Guest

    I have High Quality, don't notice any diff when i put it on Quality .
     
  7. bug77

    bug77 Banned

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    In some cases, disabling optimizations will cause a rather big hit on filtering performance. And in some cases, the textures won't look so sharp with optimizations enabled.
     
  8. And0r

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    So the best overal setting for maintaining quality/performance ... would that be the "Quality" setting?

    So you only get optimisations with the quality setting not high quality?

    Andy
     
  9. Rich_Guy

    Rich_Guy Ancient Guru

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    I used to run High Quality, then i switched it to Quality and turned the Texture Filtering Anisotropic Samp. On, and also turned On the Texture Filtering Trilinear Optimization, didn't notice any differences at all in the quality, i just got more fps, Fear went up by 7fps for example. :)

    Yes, when set to High Quality, the optimizations are greyed out and set to off, so you cant turn them on.
     
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    Sounds good dude. I think I might just do the same thing :)
     

  11. Zer0K3wL

    Zer0K3wL Banned

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    if just got it on default.
    high quality does't really make a diference varies on game really.
    not like would notice anyway unless you really looked hard.
     
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    Still many ppl claim to be able to notice difference in IQ when changing drivers from officials to tweaked... LOL
     

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