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#11 6 years ago
Jose Carlos;5599591Well, do you have an Nvidia card or an ATI card? Cause you're kinda confusing me here.

:agreed Same thing came to my mind when I read your post. Did you actually replace your ATI graphic card with NVIDIA or simply installed NVIDIA drivers without replacing the graphic card? :confused:




Illidan Kazama

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#12 6 years ago

I have a NVidia card and i installed the driver for it. Delta it worked, it's not blurry anymore. The writing is smaller now but that doesn't matter that much, thanks.




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#13 6 years ago

No problem ;)




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#14 6 years ago

If you're playing fullscreen, you really should use your monitor's native resolution.




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#15 6 years ago

Indeed. :nodding: Setting the resolution to 1024 x 768 (native resolution for my monitor) is the first thing I do when I install and start some game, providing the game isn't locked to a predetermined resolution and can't be changed, of course. I don't remember when was the last time I played any FPS game in anything below 1024 x 768, so I've completely forgotten how the games look like in 640 x 480 or lower. =p




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