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    Do you use AA?

    Ok... dunno if its asked before, but all this talk about it got me want to know...

    So... do you use antialias sampling?

    #2
    Slow down the FPS too much. I can live with jaggies.

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      #3
      I used to run AA at 4x, but now I put it down to 2x to give me more FPS and I put AF on 16x.

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        #4
        I use 4x, but that's cause my racing sims at the moment are more important to me than UT2k4 and I can't race with jaggies.

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          #5
          Single player games where I want top graphics:

          4xAA 4xAF

          Multiplayer games like UT2k3/4:

          2xAA 2xAF


          Unfortunately after having tried out anti-aliasing, I can't go back to horrible looking jagged edges anymore. 2x Anti Aliasing provides the best performance/graphics ratio for me.

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            #6
            I use 6x

            ATI Radeom 9700 pro
            Athlon 2800
            1024 ram

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              #7
              Don't touch the thing. If I could somehow set AA on something like 0.00000001, my FPS would still crash into negative figures.

              meh, if I want a fuzzy, blurry gaming experience i'll buy an N64.

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                #8
                high res > AA

                AF is da bomb tho!
                (can't use it tho, too heavy on my ti4600)

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                  #9
                  4x

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                    #10
                    Yes. Yes I do. My 9800 pro luvs it too.

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                      #11
                      If you stare at the screen with all the nice textures and effects and notice small jaggies, you aren't playing the game. I won't even turn AA on when I get me a new card in a month or so.

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                        #12
                        Nah. On older games I use high resolution instead and my Radeon 9600 (NP) can't handle newer games with high resolution/antialias.

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                          #13
                          In UT2k4, no. The action is too fast for me to notice the effect, aside from the slowdown it causes.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by sandmanfvr
                            If you stare at the screen with all the nice textures and effects and notice small jaggies, you aren't playing the game. I won't even turn AA on when I get me a new card in a month or so.
                            I like my game to look good

                            If you are getting 50+ fps, why not?

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                              #15
                              1600x1200 > FSAA

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