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May 3, 2008 4:01:16 AM

Hi, are these settings OK? Can you give me suggestions on what to change...

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May 3, 2008 5:11:42 AM

I figure that you use these settings for a game that is very demanding. Multi-sampling takes its toll on frames. These are very low-quality settings. Do you have a low-end card?what games do you play?
May 3, 2008 5:38:47 AM

Nothing you have set globally makes sense:

Ansiotropic Filtering is on, but very low.

FSAA Gamma Correction is on, but FSAA is off.

FSAA Transparency is on, but FSAA is off.

All speed optimizations are on.

These settings will provide you with an image quality of 2 on a scale of 1-10.

If your intention was to speed up a slow game, I hope it helped.
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May 3, 2008 5:07:31 PM

OK. Wow....Well. My video card is the 9600gt...I'm playing games like Counter strike, WoW, Guild wars, just average mid-range games. If you can...can you give me the right settings to put? Please. It will help me alot.
May 3, 2008 9:53:52 PM

well, when you play those games, and with that card, i suggest putting Antisotropic filtering at 16, Antialiasing at 4 or 8 and Transparency at Multisampling. Also put filtering quaility at "quality" or "High quality". Those games arent too graphic intesnsive.
May 3, 2008 9:54:53 PM

The image quality will increase a good deal
June 23, 2008 5:07:22 PM

DarthPiggie said:
well, when you play those games, and with that card, i suggest putting Antisotropic filtering at 16, Antialiasing at 4 or 8 and Transparency at Multisampling. Also put filtering quaility at "quality" or "High quality". Those games arent too graphic intesnsive.


I second your recommendations, but you need to be careful piggy, or someone might think you actually know what you are talking about! :hello: 
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