The Guru3D Screenshot Thread - RTFM! #27 - READ THE RULES IN 1ST POST

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  1. morbias

    morbias Don TazeMeBro Staff Member

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    New thread as the old one got too big.

     
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  2. MaXThReAT

    MaXThReAT Master Guru

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    Tomb Raider (2013)

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  4. Anarion

    Anarion Ancient Guru

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    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Doesn't have that many settings so I couldn't set a screen resolution, instead it simply uses your desktop res and there's only presets for graphical settings unfortunately.

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    (Startup settings and in-game settings.)

    (Setting your desktop res via DSR/VSR should allow for downsampling, ReShade is compatible via ReShade64.dll as either D3D11.dll or DXGI.dll)

    (Game has exe files for both 32 and 64 bit, both use DX11)


    EDIT: How to set the screen resolution.
    http://steamcommunity.com/app/210970/discussions/0/458606877334581395/

    EDIT: Default is Ultra quality, then comes High, Medium and finally Low.


    EDIT: More screenshots, forced 3840x2400 and "Default" (Ultra) preset instead of High.

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    EDIT: More tweaks.
    http://steamcommunity.com/app/210970/discussions/3/458606877334931773/
     
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    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Sunset Maha Guru

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  14. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    (Framerates around 30 - 35, bit higher in the second area with the desert.)

    EDIT: Bit blurry yeah, unlike downsampling which improves sharpness SSAA is a bit "softer" or how to say (I kinda forgot about that, should use downsampling instead from now on.) plus I'm using ReShade for the recent Github updated deband shader and of course SMAA.
    (Also 2x isn't exactly 50% extra res, that would be 2.25x which would be supersampling to 2880x1800 instead of 2660xsomething but it probably has no larger image quality difference and 4x is out of the question due to being too demanding for current single-GPU setups.)
     
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    Rise of the Tomb Raider

    Struggling to remember the last time I was this stunned by a games visuals. Just hope they patch the SLI performance soon.
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    If the in-game FXAA and SSAA options are as bad as in the previous Tomb Raider, I'll stick with driver FXAA because it was simply superior option.

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    It sucks big time. Driver FXAA is superior.
     
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    Yeah, the in game AA options are pretty worthless.
    I wish it supported TAA like Fallout 4.
     
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    Yeah, Tomb Raider looks great. I'll definitely get this sometime this year. The last one was great too.
     
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    ROTR, but driver FXAA isn't captured in the screens.


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