Crysis Graphics

Alas, my beloved 320MB GTS can't run both AA and high settings at the same time! So, uh, whats worth it more, AA (2x to 4x) or high/medium settings? shader quality also, how will that affect performance/ visuals?
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  1. starcraftfanatic said:
    Alas, my beloved 320MB GTS can't run both AA and high settings at the same time! So, uh, whats worth it more, AA (2x to 4x) or high/medium settings? shader quality also, how will that affect performance/ visuals?


    Higher settings by far.
  2. Higher settings IMO.
  3. High settings on a high resolution on a monitor with a small dot pitch...
    Almost no need for AA then... (almost.. **sighs** ...)
  4. higher settings
  5. Shaders, post processing and shadows are what gives crysis it's zazz. Ditch the AA and the AF and get those up as high as you can.

    that said, I got a 320mb as well, and I know that you are not gunna hit high on shaders. Go all medium, bump up post processing to high and kick the water and volumetric effects to low.
  6. starcraftfanatic said:
    Alas, my beloved 320MB GTS can't run both AA and high settings at the same time! So, uh, whats worth it more, AA (2x to 4x) or high/medium settings? shader quality also, how will that affect performance/ visuals?



    Ditch the AA...though it look's great with both.
  7. what res? 10x7 no fsaa looks like crap IMO. But I am not using fsaa at 16x10 as I too have a 320MB GTS.
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    I wish, I am stuck at all medium except for possibly one thing at high that i choose at 16x10, and the frame rate drops to around 5 whenever i look at a big area (stupid VRAM)
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