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Enabling MLAA, etc for 5800 series using Cat 10.12 CCC2

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There is a simply way I got MLAA, etc working (Win7/Vista)
1. Install Cat 10.12 (CCC2 preferred) then reboot

2. Next open up CCC and navigate to Software and check your 2D Driver File Path. The registry location for some may not be the same for others. For some it maybe: :/MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet001/Control/Class/{4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}/0000 for others it maybe: /MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet001/Control/Class/{4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}/0001, etc. But always check with CCC first. Make a backup of both .../000X and .../UMD before making changes. Just right click on those keys and select export. That way should you need to restore them you can. But if you need to restore those

registry values do a reboot afterwards.

3. Next, click on the start button and in the search box type the word: regedit. Select regedit by right clicking on it and select "Run as Administrator". Goto: /MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet001/Control/Class/{4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}/000[X] (X denotes whatever CCC 2nd Driver File Path tells you) & locate and change the following (right click on it and select modify):
-Change MLF_NA from 1 to 0 (MLAA)
-Change SurfaceFormatReplacements_NA from 1 to 0 (Surface Format Optimizations)
-Change TFQ_NA from 1 to 0 (Mipmaping textures)
-Change GI_NA from 1 to 0 (Geometry Instancing)
-Change EQAA from 1 to number 0 (New AA called EQAA)

4. Now open up the UMD sub key located /MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet001/Control/Class/{4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}/000[X]/UMD and add the following:
Right click, select new, select string value and enter: MLF_DEF. Then right click on MLF_DEF and select modify. Enter 0.
Right click, select new, select string value and enter: SurfaceFormatReplacements_DEF. Right click on SurfaceFormatReplacement_DEF and select modify. Enter: 0
Right click, select new, select string value and enter: TFQ_DEF. Then right click on TFQ_DEF and select modify. Enter: 1
Right click, select new, select binary value and enter: GI. If already there then skip. Right click on GI and select modify. Change the numeric value from 31 00 00 00 to 30 00 00 00.
Right click, select new, select string value and enter: GI_DEF. If already there then skip. Right click on GI_DEF and select modify. Change the numeric value from 1 to 0.
Right click, select new, select binary value and enter: EQAA. Then right click on EQAA and select modify. Enter: 31 00
Right click, select new, select string value and enter: EQAA_DEF. Then right click on EQAA_DEF, select modify. Enter: 0
Right click, select new, select string value and enter: EQAAMapping_SET. Then right click on EQAAMapping_SET, select modify. Enter: 0(0:0,1:0) 2(0:2,1:2) 4(0:4,1:4) 8(0:8,1:8,2:16)



5. No need to reboot just open up the task manager and end the process for Mom.exe. Next go to File (we are still in task manger). Click on New Task (Run...) and type Mom.exe and hit enter. Now check your CCC settings again.

When adding string values this is what I mean:



When I say check CCC to determine the registry location below is what I'm talking about (2D driver file path):





Keep in mind EQAA may not work correctly with 5800 series cards.
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Cat 11.2 may include MLAA support natively for 5000 series users.
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