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Thanks for the response
wow. I don't realized that....FXAA+FXAA, and MSAA+FXAA? Impressive...
are you use 4xMSAA instead of FXAA when Playing BF3 in your system?

I used FXAA with my GTX 580, then switched to MSAA when I got the 680. So now I use just 4x MSAA. I thought FXAA looked fine though, at least on Medium.
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I used FXAA with my GTX 580, then switched to MSAA when I got the 680. So now I use just 4x MSAA. I thought FXAA looked fine though, at least on Medium.

how about FXAA High level? looks worse or more better than medium? I just wanna to try new experience with FXAA instead of 4xMSAA which I use that settings at the first time I playing this game...
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how about FXAA High level? looks worse or more better than medium? I just wanna to try new experience with FXAA instead of 4xMSAA which I use that settings at the first time I playing this game...

You could try it yourself. If you don't see a difference, what is the point of using it then? wink.gif
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You could try it yourself. If you don't see a difference, what is the point of using it then? wink.gif

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hello everyone
I have a question about FXAA and MSAA
when I play Battlefield 3 with 4xMSAA, I can get 65-90 FPS @stock settings, but when I turn on FXAA on NCP, and turn off 4xMSAA I can get 90 - 130 FPS!!!!
My question is, why this could happen? I still don't understand the difference between FXAA on NCP and 4xMSAA on BF3??? Can anybody else in here give me an explanation about this?
my GPU is MSI GTX 670 Power Edition OC.
Thanks
Shar


Can u take a SS of your NCP of the FXAA for BF3! Last time I checked you can't enable. Are you enabling it in the general list for everything? is it actually FXAA or is it the antialasing post?
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If it couldn't be enabled, maybe the Nvidia Panel says it's enabled but game doesn't use that option? Just a thought, I don't any experience with the game and little experience with the control panel. That would explain the FPS increment, though.
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Can u take a SS of your NCP of the FXAA for BF3! Last time I checked you can't enable. Are you enabling it in the general list for everything? is it actually FXAA or is it the antialasing post?

Thanks for the response

I enable FXAA on Global settings, not Program Settings, and I enable "it" again on BF3 Settings....where the other people says that I'm running FXAA (on NCP) + FXAA (Anti-Aliasing Post) (on BF3 Settings).

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post #18 of 28
Just use an SMAA injector if you truly want to keep those frames. You get fxaa without the blurring of textures.
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Just use an SMAA injector if you truly want to keep those frames. You get fxaa without the blurring of textures.

Thanks for the response
can you tell me, how can I get that feature? or where I can download the software, maybe?

no, I just want to know more about FXAA feature, I think, even I set up the graphics into max settings,,, I can get very playable Framerate (at least 65-90 FPS) depends of the moment.
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post #20 of 28
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Thanks for the response
can you tell me, how can I get that feature? or where I can download the software, maybe?
no, I just want to know more about FXAA feature, I think, even I set up the graphics into max settings,,, I can get very playable Framerate (at least 65-90 FPS) depends of the moment.

Unless you've a 120Hz monitor, the framerate drop that you're having doesn't matter.
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