Originally Posted by Wage
Assuming the other guy was also testing under BF3, you guys do realize what the AA Post and AA Deferred settings mean, right?
Visual example: http://www.overclock.net/t/1189461/bf3-deferred-anti-aliasing-vs-anti-aliasing-post-comparison-or-why-you-should-stop-using-msaa/0_100
By tweaking one or the other only, you may have had Post on High constantly and only been tweaking Deferred, for example. Just double checkin here...
Post is much more dramatic than Deferred, and what I'd consider reminiscent of typical "AA" settings in most games. If you cannot see the difference between Post off and Post Low at 1440p, please get some glasses. Deferred is much more tricky, and I don't play BF3 enough to know exactly what it does, but in loading a test campaign right now the difference between Post settings is obvious to these eyes, at least between Off and On.
My vision is 20/20, and I sit right in front on the monitor. ~~ 1 to 2.5 feet.
I don't remember which setting, but it only has options available on my computer for 0x MSAA, 2x MSAA, and 4x MSAA. The only noticable difference I see between these is that objects in the very, very far off background get a bit more of a definite outline. Most games AA seems to make a large impact on, but for this game at higher resolutions I feel it doesn't. I can see the difference on my laptop pretty well (When playing in 1366 x 768). I haven't tried to see in 1600 x 900 on my laptop. But, as I said, I've only noticed a real applicable difference while in 1366 x 768.
Originally Posted by KaRLiToS
Yes they are, but I see a couple of difference in the color, I'll have to adjust that, I just need to find out how and with which programs or tools.
That's fine with me. I'm look for the space on the screen. I'd love to have that. Plus, I like having resolutions matching their screen. IE; 21.5" @ 1920 x 1080, 20" @ 1600 x 900. Or, having the pixels sort of packed in more dense than their native size, such as my laptops 13.3" that displays 1600 x 900.
I guess I just don't like stretching the pixels haha.
I will more thank likely attempt to calibrate the color myself, as photography is a hobby of mine. But it's not a business/income source, so if the colors are off a bit I won't really care.