Originally Posted by newn
Yes, that is what I said in the original reply - no difference. Which is why Vsync should be on to avoid frame tearing.
ok I understand now, thanks for a great explanation...
Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S
I'm pretty sure when you enable it in the global setting it doesn't really change BF3. Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe EA/Dice disabled that ability with any GFX driver or 3rd party utility. But, here's your chance to prove me wrong. That's just what I've been told and I've never tried the global setting
yeah I know that now
, the main reason I want to try this feature is because I want to know what the main function of FXAA is, some people explain to me that MSAA is the best looking image, but inefficient, FXAA can raise the framerates, but the image quality is more blurry than MSAA, which in fact, I can't clearly see the difference between those two settings on my naked eyes.
but since I only have 60 Hz monitor and I know what the main function of FXAA is now, I decide to enable All Settings which like I did before....(enable 4xMSAA, AA Post set to high, and V-Sync enabled)