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Yup. 8x MSAA is pretty overkill for current generation single GPUs. I don't think it will be anytime soon we see a single GPU to be able to maintain a minimum of 50 fps with 8x MSAA.
2x or 4x SMAA are the best choices currently IMO. They look as good - if not better- than their MSAA counterparts without the same performance penalty.
There is also an Nvidia exclusive mode "4x TXAA" that doesn't have the same IQ of MSAA or SMAA but with 8x MSAA performance hit.
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if the game stays smooth and gorgeous . . . what perfromance hit? if you can win matches, then what's the problem with maxing out the game. if you think smaa will work, then a cheaper 760 will be ideal than a 780.

xbox will work, too.

edit: tbh, i never thought of or never tried smaa. i'll check it out.


Except you keep conveniently over looking the fact that smaa provides better image quality than msaa in crysis3. So tell me... Why should anyone regardless of the hardware in there rig choose msaa which provides inferior image quality at the cost of as much as 20 fps over the superior method of smaa? Why settle for 30fps with worse image quality when a person can have 50-60 fps with superior image quality? I don't think anyone else but you would have a hard time with such a simple concept.


Smaa looks better than msaa in crysis 3 and offers a healthy fps increase over msaa so why not use it? If msaa looked better then smaa in this title then your argument would be justified but since that isn't the case you have zero credibility for such a ludicrous statement. I'm done, enjoy your inferior image quality along with a hefty frame rate hit all for nothing..... Lol.
Edited by Niberius - 3/30/14 at 7:29pm
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Except you keep conveniently over looking the fact that smaa provides better image quality than msaa in crysis3. So tell me... Why should anyone regardless of the hardware in there rig choose msaa which provides inferior image quality at the cost of as much as 20 fps over the superior method of smaa? Why settle for 30fps with worse image quality when a person can 50-60 fps with superior image quality? I don't think anyone else but you would have a hard time with such a simple concept.


Smaa looks better than msaa in crysis 3 and offers a healthy fps increase over msaa so why not use it? If msaa looked better then smaa in this title then your argument would be justified but since that isn't the case you have zero credibility for such a ludicrous statement. I'm done, enjoy your inferior image quality along with a hefty frame rate hit. Lol.

thanks for the tip. i am using smaa on my HD7770 for C3.thumb.gif

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