Better image quality for GF3 based games on GF3s? Tags: Graphics Cards Games Vertex Graphics Last response: April 26, 2002 6:10 AM in Graphics & Displays Share eden April 26, 2002 1:42:45 AM Do new games using GF3 technology, like Max Payne and Aquanox, get better image quality thanks to the Pixel and Vertex Shaders, than when using a GF2 or GF1? -- Thunderbirds in wintertime, Northwoods in summertime! More about : image quality gf3 based games gf3s OldBear April 26, 2002 6:10:48 AM I noticed a big difference. You see better graphics that won't even show on the GF2. :smile: <b><font color=blue> I took an I.Q. test today...It came back negative.</font color=blue></b> Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Poor image quality in games Forum SolvedWhat's a great gaming/quality image monitor for around $260 Forum SolvedNeed a good monitor for gaming and great image quality, Forum SolvedI have powerful pc but still I cant run games on better quality Forum Gaming monitor that has good quality image and 120hz? Forum Do ati cards have better image quality than nvidia Forum SolvedNEED HELP: Gaming vs Workstation Image Quality Forum 17" better image quality than 19"? Forum SolvedHelp me upgrade my Rig to game better at higher quality please!! Forum Ati, Nvidia Which have better image quality? Forum does ati have better image quality than nvidia? Forum Poor in-game image quality Forum Which gives better image quality Forum gaming monitor that prioritizes image quality over input lag Forum 650$ Gaming rig based on Marathon, are these alt's quality? Forum New 1366×768 (720P as displayed) TV + PS3 Game Image quality Forum Hmm Better Gaming Quality? Forum Better quality games on external Display? Forum Can Bad Voltage quality cause monitor's to have jagged edges on images/Gaming? Forum Which one would be better for gaming, and why? (Base it on processor/graphics ca Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !