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Your rig is like a Chevy Cavalier on 26's.

Still luv u tho FF
My whole rig is a bottleneck.
    
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Your rig is like a Chevy Cavalier on 26's.

Still luv u tho FF


Don't you worry, I'll upgrade someday.
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It looks to me like someone figured out a way to repurpose the tetris engine into a graphics post processing engine.
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Have they made an MLAA that actually doesn't cause fonts to go funny on the screen yet, or is that just me whenever I enable it ?
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While an 8800GT may offer more in terms of floating point operations, the modern CPU still has more raw power. I would really like to know what you heard that you are basing that off of.
Post processing happens in parallel, and its basically entirely simple floating point.

If you want to perform floating point calculations simultaneously on 2 million pixels, would your rather let 112 cores do it or 12 hyperthreaded cores?

The peak floating point performance of the 8800GT is 5 times that of the 980X. It would finish the calculation before the 980X could even finish transferring the frame buffer to memory.

The CPU doesn't have more raw power, it supports more complex operations, all of which are unneeded for post processing effects.



Also, its not even doing anything. Here's a diff comparing their result with CSAA in Half Life 2, the bright patches basically show where the edges have been smoothed. At most, LSAA is a messy finger smudge, there is a ton of error, where non-edges have been processed.

    
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Of course they would want this move. Intel makes great CPU's and terrible GPU's.

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or we could just play in high res instead of focusing on cleaning up low res ...
    
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Hm...I can't see a difference in the picture.
I can.
    
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