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    Only SSAA works proper with that amount of Pixel-shaders and stuff, but it eats up Frames like nothing.
    Yesterday i tried 4x4 SSAA at All to High, with 1280x1024, and my GF8800GTS 640 MB will be drop down to only 8 or 10 FPS.

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    What GPU, and what drivers?

    Xp or Vista?

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    Sorry for the bump, but I can't seem to get this working. I have it all setup, but still no AA..

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    Originally posted by Sidesh0w View Post
    isn't this the same as what nvidia control panel does ?
    Also, please note that it is possible to enable anti-aliasing in this game via the Nvidia control panel. However, with nHancer, you do not have to rename any .exe files (and therefore lose optimizations for that game), and you have a lot more options to choose from.
    This is addressed.

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    isn't this the same as what nvidia control panel does ?

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  • Enabling anti-aliasing in Unreal Tournament 3 via nHancer,

    Only do this if you have a somewhat highend PC.

    http://www.thattechsite.com/vbulleti...read.php?t=210

    First, make sure you have .NET Framework 2.0 from Microsoft installed,
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    Second, go download nHancer,
    http://www.nhancer.com/

    Now, after installing, open nHancer, and browse through and find "Unreal Tournament III" on the list of games. Select it, and look over to your right. Click the correct check-boxes as you see in the picture below. We see here 16x anti-aliasing (coverage sampled, gamma correct, etc.) has been selected.

    Now, once this is done, simply minimize nHancer and it will return to the tool tray in the bottom of your desktop. Now launch Unreal Tournament 3, and see the rather nice change in the graphics. However, please note, this will most likely cut your framerate in half, so only do this if you have a high-end PC, or don't mind playing at really low frames per second.

    Alternatively, you can try 2x and 4x with or without gamma correction, etc. to see if you can deal with the framerate using it.
    [screenshot]http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg239/techrelated/UT3nHanced.jpg[/screenshot]

    Also, please note that it is possible to enable anti-aliasing in this game via the Nvidia control panel. However, with nHancer, you do not have to rename any .exe files (and therefore lose optimizations for that game), and you have a lot more options to choose from. Also, another thing to remember is that most likely, this will not work on any Nvidia 7-series card (i.e.-7800gtx, 7900gtx, 7950gx2), etc. because of the issue of HDR rendering plus anti-aliasing, and of course, it most likely will not work on an ATI card such as the famous x800-series, etc.
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