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The higher your resolution the less practical high AA becomes.

All depends on the size of the display.
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All depends on the size of the display.

And how far away you sit, but holding both of those constant and just changing resolution the statement stands. It doesn't matter what size the display is, increasing resolution is both more of a performance hit and less of an image quality improvement as you go. A larger display will start off lower on the curve, but they both will travel up it.
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We gotta get 8K man. No Antialiasing needed. Or even 16K in some extreme cases of displays/distance from it/human ability. AA is just fancy specialized targeted blurring. It has to go eventually.
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post #324 of 1081
Personally i'm a big fan of shader based anti aliasing such as FXAA. The latest iteration of FXAA looks very nice, and sharp; 8X MSAA looks blurry to my eyes and I don't like that. Not to mention, at 1600p, 8X MSAA can eat up more than 1GB of VRAM by itself while FXAA uses zero VRAM. At 4k resolution, 8X MSAA can use up more than 2GB of VRAM by itself. Personally I think the situation is hilarious because 10 years ago, VRAM was used by game assets. Textures and all that sort of thing. Now in this day and age because of consoles, anti aliasing is using literally 3-4 times the amount of VRAM than game assets are. This happens as the norm in just about every game with a high end GPU. AA using more VRAM than game assets. Sad and funny. One of the few exceptions to this is if you mod a game such as Skyrim, then the balance is properly restored.

This is why I don't use anything more than 2-4X MSAA, 8X MSAA is just the stupid overkill setting (IN MY OPINION). As icing on the cake, FXAA doesn't hit performance appreciably - but we all know that 8X MSAA causes a ridiculous performance hit.

Do note, i'm just saying my opinion on the state of AA. If someone else likes something else, great. Not saying either way is wrong. If someone prefers MSAA that's cool with me, not trying to argue over what AA method is the best.
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You got me all excited with that link but its a TN panel. frown.gif

Aren't TN the best for gaming? I considering it's a high end video card seems like TN panels would be the way to go. I could be wrong I don't follow monitor tech much. I'm still waiting for BenQ's next 27" Gaming monitor with gsync.
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Aren't TN the best for gaming? I considering it's a high end video card seems like TN panels would be the way to go. I could be wrong I don't follow monitor tech much. I'm still waiting for BenQ's next 27" Gaming monitor with gsync.

Only when you want motion clarity that beats or matches a CRT, however you need a 120/144Hz monitor with lightboost to do this. If you're not playing fast paced games with lots of movement involved, an IPS or PLS would be a better choice.
post #327 of 1081
I don't see this effecting prices of titan tbh, only thing I can think of which is good is it will drive gtx 780 3gb lower which imo is the best bang for buck card
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Only when you want motion clarity that beats or matches a CRT, however you need a 120/144Hz monitor with lightboost to do this. If you're not playing fast paced games with lots of movement involved, an IPS or PLS would be a better choice.

So pretty much any FPS TN.
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So pretty much any FPS TN.

Not really; IPS displays aren't as 'slow' as they used to be. There are plenty of IPS panels out there that meet or exceed any TN panel. I for one can tell no difference from my last two TNs and now my IPS display as far as motion quality, etc.
 
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post #330 of 1081
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So pretty much any FPS TN.

For FPS games, TNs with lightboost are really nice if you can get your FPS to be greater than or equal to your strobe rate.
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Not really; IPS displays aren't as 'slow' as they used to be. There are plenty of IPS panels out there that meet or exceed any TN panel. I for one can tell no difference from my last two TNs and now my IPS display as far as motion quality, etc.

Sorry, I don't think so. A normal 60Hz TN is comparable to a 60Hz IPS/PLS, but a TN with lightboost is far superior to IPS/PLS when it comes to motion clarity.
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