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So some time ago I was trying to find out how much AF actually hurts your perf in games. The only testing I found was from 2006. I've therefore decided to do it myself. I'm of course merely the average 16-year old HW enthusiast, so I don't have a lot of HW at my disposal. Testing will at first be done on my current sig rig (E8200 @ 3.5 GHz and an HD 5850 @ 550/750 or 1000/1225) and later on my next rig (i5 2500K OC'ed to hell and back and my good old HD 5850 @ 550/750 or 1000/1225) which should be here when the new P67 boards make their way on the market.

Much to my surprise an E8200 is actually very limiting. We'll see that in the results I'll show in a little while. This is also why this is still a work in progress and not a completed analysis.

NOTE: In Denmark we use commas in numbers instead of periods, so if I suddenly have an FPS of 100k+ then remember that it's in fact just a result of differences in how we write numbers.

First game up: BC2

I found a high spot in Atacama Desert and did the testing there. The server was empty to avoid getting killed.

Settings are:
1920x1200
DX11
Very high preset
HBAO on

HD 5850 @ 550/750:




Here I'm GPU bottlenecked. AF x16 surprisingly has no effect on FPS. At all. Forcing it through drivers shows something completely different though. Almost a 10 FPS drop and there's definitely AF being applied now. Is the game's AF optimized or are we in fact not seeing the AF at all?
Applying 8x AA drops performance a lot. In fact my FPS drops by 30%. 30%, ladies and gentlemen.
Applying AF to that seems to increase performance, but I'd say that's within the margin of error, so AF still doesn't affect performance enough to be worth mentioning.

HD 5850 @ 1000/1225:



This is an obvious CPU bottleneck in the runs without AA. My GPU usage is nowhere near 100% in those runs. The runs with AA OTOH have a good mix of GPU and CPU usage.
AF x16 has no effect once again. AA x8 drops performance significantly despite the CPU bottleneck which is interesting. Applying AF on top of that yield a slight drop in performance, but once again I'll say this is withint the margin of error. No forced AF this time.

IQ compared:
http://img823.imageshack.us/img823/7460/iqcompared.png

Forced AF vs. built-in AF:
http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/4851/afvsforcedaf.png

Second game: F1 2010

Both this game and Dirt 2 have decent ingame benchmarks. While not completely consistent, they give a good idea of how actual performance is.

Settings are:

1920x1200
DX11
Ultra preset

HD 5850 @ 550/750:



I did not achieve a GPU bottleneck in the test with no AA or AF. This is why there's so little difference between the no AA and the 8x AA results. The game does not have built-in AF which is why it's missing. Because I didn't have built-in AF, I tried forcing it through drivers. There was a performance drop, but was this just bad coding? Turns out it wasn't. After looking at some screenshots from the benchmark, it's clear that the driver AF works. I'm actually surprised driver AF works as this is one of the first times I've seen it in action. I saw a performance drop when enabling AF just like when forcing it in BC2 which leads me to believe that AF does in fact take GPU power (and why shouldn't it?) and that some developers use tricks or something to enable AF without a performance decrease.

HD 5850 @ 1000/1225:

I didn't achieve a GPU bottleneck @ 550/750, so doing the test with this OC is just a waste. If you want to know what performance was like, I got an avg of 42 FPS with no AA/AF. That's a 3 FPS increase... Yeah... i5 build, here I come!

IQ compared:
http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/2074/iqcomparedl.png

Third game: Left 4 Dead

Now for the nice old Source engine. I benched by doing a 120 second speedrun through the first level while benching with Fraps. This does not give as consistent a result as a real benchmark, but it gives a nice idea of how ingame performance is.

Settings are:

1920x1200
DX9
All max settings

HD 5850 @ 550/750:



I didn't achieve a constant GPU bottleneck in this game and if I remember correctly that was actually the case even with 8x AA and 16x AF. There were some spikes to 100% GPU usage when I triggered the car alarm (to stress the PC a little extra), but most of it was at like 85% GPU usage.
None of the settings have any significant effect on performance and I'd actually say that most of it is within the margin of error. There is a difference though and I'd say that the last test with AA and AF did in fact perform a little worse than the one without any. It's still hard to judge though.
AF works in this game and it works REALLY well. AA works as intended. Both should give a nice performance drop if I get rid of the CPU bottleneck.

IQ compared:
http://img695.imageshack.us/img695/851/iqcompared.jpg

Fourth game: Metro 2033

Anyone with an enthusiast PC should know this title. It's famous for bringing GPU's to their knees (likely through inefficient coding). It has an excellent built-in benchmark which provides great consistency while stressing the PC as much as possible.

Settings are:

1920x1200
DX11
Very high preset
Tesselation
No DOF

I tried to include DOF, but whenever I ran DOF + 4x MSAA at high resolutions and high presets, my GPU would fail to render textures. I believe it's running out of memory, but I'm not sure. Backing down res and graphics preset or just turning off DOF did the trick and my textures came back although some still took long to load. AAA can't be disabled in DX11, but it does little more than smoothening some edges and I don't think there's much of a performance drop with it (I can't compare it anyway so I have no choice but hope it's AA lite).

HD 5850 @ 550/750:



I think no one will be surprised to hear that my GPU was figuratively crying while underclocked. As seen in BC2, AF has no effect on performance. I ran the test with AF forced through drivers by mistake and saw a big performance drop, so I'd say this isn't true AF if there is any AF at all.
AA works as intended although there's only 4x AA. Might try forcing 8x AA through drivers later. Even if there's only 4x MSAA, it brings a hefty performance drop and anyone on a midrange card will want to avoid it.

HD 5850 @ 1000/1225:



Despite Metro's love for GPU power, I'm actually not GPU bottlenecked in all runs with this OC. It's not until I enable 4x MSAA that I see 100% GPU usage all the way through the benchmark. Enabling PhysX on a rig with a non-NVIDIA GPU means CPU death. No matter the settings, I can not get more than 19 FPS with PhysX enabled because the CPU can't calculate the physics fast enough. Will be interesting to see how an i5 fares.

Fifth game: Crysis
Like Metro 2033 most should know this game. Back in 2007 it set an impressive standard for other games to follow and the Crysis series is part of any serious reviewers benching. I'm using the benchmark program with the Crysis demo to bench.

Settings are:

1900x1200 (typo in benching tool?)
DX10
Very high preset

HD 5850 @ 950/1200:



If you were paying attention you noticed that my clocks aren't as high for this game as usual. It's because my 1000/1225 isn't stable and even though my card hasn't crashed once while benching in the other 4 games, Crysis told my card to get real and crashed my PC. Twice. So I settled for my 24/7 OC and started benching.
AF is not supported natively by Crysis. I therefore opted for forced AF, which is working out really well. Surprisingly this actually gave a bigger drop than 8x AA.
The Crysis benchmark tool has options for up to 16xQAA, but for some reason I can't get anything above 8x AA to work. Anything higher would result in the same FPS as 8x AA did. Might be because I'm using the demo.
The GPU was the bottleneck in all runs. This is a result of the lower clocks though and I think I'd have a slight CPU bottleneck in the no AA/AF run if I hadn't had to downclock the GPU.

Conclusion:

My rig isn't ready for this. I'm having a hard time getting a GPU bottleneck which makes it difficult to test AF and AA. I'll leave this until I get an i5.

The things I could see were:

8x MSAA hits like a train. Expect a 30 % FPS decrease if you're already GPU bottlenecked. 4x MSAA hits less hard if I am to judge by the 20% decrease in Metro vs. the 30% decrease in BC2, but is still a hardhitter.

AF seems to be an area that developers try to skip. 2 of 5 games tested so far did not see performance drops with AF which leads me to believe that they actually don't apply any true AF. 2 games didn't even have the option. All 4 games saw performance drops with AF forced through drivers and I've confirmed that it is being applied to at least 1 (F1 2010). BC2 did show signs of AF too when it was forced through drivers. The last game (Left 4 Dead) did have AF and it worked perfectly.

Games to come:
Dirt 2
StarCraft 2
Requests?

Before flaming, please remember that this is a work in progress and that I'll be redoing most of the testing when I have a better CPU.
Edited by B!0HaZard - 2/26/11 at 9:47am
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Great Thread man, really shows the performance decreases when you enable such things. I would replace Crysis however with Crysis WarHEAD as it is way better in terms of optimization.
    
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Great Thread man, really shows the performance decreases when you enable such things. I would replace Crysis however with Crysis WarHEAD as it is way better in terms of optimization.
Well, I don't own any of the Crysis games, so I was gonna use the Crysis demo. I'll include Crysis 2 when it's released, which I hope will make up for it. I'm hoping I can use the Crysis 2 demo to bench, but it would be better with a real benching tool.

Also thanks for reading!
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What is more demand on graphic AA or AF? I know that AA means that edge will be smoother but what is exactly AF?
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Good topic, but what is better to have like 2X AA and 8x AF or 2X AF and 8x AA ?
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I thought it was common knowledge that AF has little too no effect on any half decent card whilst cranking up the AA will cause you too lose significant fps especially at higher resolutions.
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On better graphic what have more influence AF or AA?
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On better graphic what have more influence AF or AA?
AF makes distant textures look considerably less blurry, whereas AA takes care of the "jagged egdes" phenomena. As a general rule, AA is a major strain, AF is minor to negligible. Again, as a general rule, the best performance/graphics ratio comes from 4x AA and 8x AF. 8x AA is a very big strain and 16x AF usually shows little improvement over 8x AF, but takes a wee bit more processing power.
Edited by nielsbohr - 5/25/11 at 12:41pm
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I thought it was common knowledge that AF has little too no effect on any half decent card whilst cranking up the AA will cause you too lose significant fps especially at higher resolutions.
It is considered common knowledge, but no/few tests exist. Anyway, I'm gonna change this whole topic after finding out that most of my games actually didn't enable any AF when asked to. An interesting thing that might have tributed to the whole "AF doesn't require much" which would be the conclusion if AF doesn't work... I'll instead go through all my games and see if AF even works and how good, this topic didn't really interest a lot.
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AF makes distant textures look considerably less blurry, whereas AA takes care of the "jagged egdes" phenomena. As a general rule, AA is a major strain, AF is minor to negligible. Again, as a general rule, the best performance/graphics ratio comes from 4x AA and 8x AF. 8x AA is a very big strain and 16x usually shows little improvement over 8x, but takes a wee bit more processing power.
I personally love AF, it's an amazingly simple feature that does so much for certain games. I do, however, consider 2x AA to be requirement if one can run it, so AA probably is the more noticeable effect.
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The sweet spot is:
4x AA with Multisampling
16x AF

Any "newish" card can run those settings with little performance loss. Anything after that and FPS tends to dip, with pretty much no improvement. Gotta have some multisampling added in.. otherwise some stuff will still look jaggy. Simple AA kind of sucks.
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