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Liquidus_wolf

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#1 10 years ago

Hey guys im running a G force 8400 GS PCI Express graphics card. Just wondering if its possible 2 get more than I do out of my card. 4 One does it support AA at all or is their any way 2 “mod” it 2 support it or what ever. One reason is that when I post POTD’s on BC Files one thing people r always telling me is that my pics lack AA. Just basically wondering if its pos 2 … improve the performance of me gfx card? btw bare in mind if u suggest any software im running windows XP not vista and im already running Microsoft’s SDK.

Thx any feed back appreciated

wolf




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#2 10 years ago

It supports AA fine, however, it is not a gaming card, in fact, a 6600 is better then the 8400 for gaming, only the 8400 supports DX10.

Your Graphics Card will DIE and Die hard *not literally, but in game uber lag* if you enable any level of AA, it simply isn't made for gaming with, at most, BF2




Liquidus_wolf

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#3 10 years ago

yah but on BC 4 example how do i use AA ? i got my settings at max and still im told i need AA. :( + I can see the dif in my pics 2 other peoples.




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#4 10 years ago

No idea what BC is, but it should be an ingame graphics option, usually under an advanced menu Otherwise, force it through drivers




Liquidus_wolf

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#5 10 years ago

k stupid question here but what do u mean force it through drivers ?




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#6 10 years ago

...Open your GPU Control panel, and force it to be enabled in every application, or if it allows, in a set application