Originally Posted by brettjv;12120436
It works sometimes. In fact, I'd say more often than not, it does not work. It depends on the particular game. IIRC I had to switch the name on the .exe for masseffect2 to like ut4.exe to get forced AA to work on that game.
It used to be this way, but a profile has been added and this is no longer necessary(not that you still play ME2 lol).
As far as Application/Override/Enhanced, it is game specific.
For instance games like ME2 and Oblivion do not support AA so the override function must be used.
For games that do support AA(in the game settings) you can use the Application Setting(Recommended) or the Enhanced setting.
*the enhanced setting should only be used in games where you get well over 60FPS and want to add a little bit of extra sharpness to the game.
The problem with games like ME2 the developers have purposefully made the game super dark so that you can not see the jaggies.
Games like Oblivion only support AA when HDR is disabled. If you want to see what forcing AA can do run Oblivion with HDR and Override 8xAA+ and you will see a big difference.