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How do you force and enable AA? I want to run it on desktop and Oblivion which doesn't allow HDR and AA to be enabled at once.
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Right click on desktop go to Nvidia Control Panel. Click "take me there" shown below.

Select Override for "AA - Mode", and the desired setting for "AA - Setting"

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Right click on desktop go to Nvidia Control Panel. Click "take me there" shown below.

Select Override for "AA - Mode", and the desired setting for "AA - Setting"
Thank you.

I have another question, I can set 16xQ. What does the Q mean?
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Quality

Edit: I was wrong, don't listen to me, listen to Murlocke
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Thank you.

I have another question, I can set 16xQ. What does the Q mean?
The "q" refers to multisampled antialiasing. Its higher quality, and alot harder to run. Even with 2x 8800GTX I cannot run most games at 16xQ.

I'm able to go up to 32xQ
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its what i run in CSS lol

8xMSAA is the same as 8xQ
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
The "q" refers to multisampled antialiasing. Its higher quality, and alot harder to run. Even with 2x 8800GTX I cannot run most games at 16xQ.
:O is all I can say. lol

Well, that's about it ^_^
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