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When i look at settings in the nvidia control panel i know what the purpose is for each of the settings.
My problem is how should i understand each of them compared to a game.
Now the AA and AF is easy to understand since they have on or off or enhance app settings or override settings.
The rest of the settings either have on / off or quality / performance. But how do they react in a game? and is it different from game to game?
Lets say i want to set FXAA to on will it override lets say Skyrims FXAA?

And lastly should i just leave things default or do i have to tweak for each game?
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