Trasparent AA? 5 replies

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#1 12 years ago

Can it be truned on how? Becuase in all of my games I looked for this type of AA and it dint have it So how do I trun it on? I do have a Geforce 7600 GT.




wurst_nightmare

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#2 12 years ago

So, you traded the 'ol 6600GT in for a 7600GT, good deal. Sorry, I don't have an answer to your question




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#3 12 years ago

It will be somewhere in your NVIDIA control panel, probobly where you set AA & AF levels. I have something called Adaptive AA in my control panel which I believe is ATI equivalent. Here is how I change mine: x1900cccaawc1.jpg




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#4 12 years ago

Alright I've fiugared it out I dont really see that big of a diffrance an the TAA. The thing I dont like its set for any game I play the reason I dont like it is becuase Half-Life 2 runs nicely at 4XAA and FEAR I've gotta tone down to 2XAA. So Is there any way to have each setting in the nvidia panel for each game so I dont have to swap?




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#5 12 years ago
VideoslaveAlright I've fiugared it out I dont really see that big of a diffrance an the TAA. The thing I dont like its set for any game I play the reason I dont like it is becuase Half-Life 2 runs nicely at 4XAA and FEAR I've gotta tone down to 2XAA. So Is there any way to have each setting in the nvidia panel for each game so I dont have to swap?

I think you have to have the option "Application Controlled" to be on. I've never tried it as I always have AA and AF at 2x.




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#6 12 years ago

Yea that just shuts everthing off and I lose the special AA right?