I was wondering, for gamers here, how is your graphic setting? meaning my 8800 gts is set at 8x antialasing 8x antis... no supersampling etc...
I didn't make it!
well i really dont want to say but i'll do anyway, A Nvidia Geforce Le 7500 (crap model) with a (broken;)) turbocach that support op to 756 mb but only 126 redicted Can only run 1 game on fulle quality HL2: DM with anti on 8x and else on high.
3rd May 2005
Pushed as far as it'll go in most cases. That means 16xSSAA, 16xAF, etc. I've even tried SLi32xQSAA on some games.
doesnt it lag?
3rd May 2005
Nope. The only game that I have to turn down settings on is Crysis, and even then not by much.
Waffle-Sprocket is broke
24th November 2003
I have 320 version at 1280 x 1024 all on highest settings for everything. 16x AA and 16Qx AF and supersampling enabled and it tears through the lot.
1st January 2005
8x AA is quite high unless you have a very large display and especially if you need to be carefull about balancing settings to avoid lag. A common setting for AA/AF is 4x AA and 8x AF.
Revenge was here.
25th April 2007
Sovereign001;4051516I was wondering, for gamers here, how is your graphic setting? meaning my 8800 gts is set at 8x antialasing 8x antis... no supersampling etc...
Depends what game are you playing, you can never play Crysis with those settings, I have 8800GTS with E6750 and I've played Crysis at 1280x1024 at high no AA, no AA but I max out almost all games
mmmh i did 8x 8x but no supersampling ant it worked. but i changed some effects to high and medium textures etc.. Is supersampling worth it? My answer----> NOPE. i did a small test with supreme commander (forged alliance), the same mission etc. the settings of the game are all on high!(the highest you can get) First we start with 8x AA and 8x AF, because between 4x and 8x is a difference but between 16x en 8x nothing! 1 so we start the mission(8x aa en 8x af) the first mini battle has a frames around 26 after it, when you see your commander jumped in the battle and you have control, it stays 26 and it goes up... (around 35 if higher)
2 so we start the mission(8x aa en 8x af BUT with Multisampling) the first mini battle has a frames around 19 after it, when you see your commander jumped in the battle and you have control, it goes to 25-30 and it stays...
3 so we start the mission(8x aa en 8x af BUT with Supersampling) the first mini battle has a frames around 14 some huge explosions make it crawl at 12 after it, when you see your commander jumped in the battle and you have control, it goes to 18-19 and it stays... (maybe later it goes up a little but i havent checked)
If you watch at all pics i posted here, whats your conclusion in the situation of better graphs? Nothing! Only your frames are shotdown like bugs! I made this because i always went on the internet to check what the best setting was for your nvidia card. Supersampling is to have the best quality in transparency aa, like if you have a fence in a game, with ss, its gonna be very clear in the distance and it isnt distorted, or those telephone wires still have their very very very nice graphic in the very distance... Its useless, because your opponents face isnt gonna look prettier. So the best is still in my opinion, just normal aa and af, and no MS or SS. aah MS, is more performance but lack quality while ss more quality but huge lack performance! i hope this could be stickied...
dun wury, i has 2 FL0PY DISkZ!
20th November 2005
Max Resolution No AA No AF High Details