Originally Posted by brettjv;13803380
I'm saying AA *can* be shut off when you have it on in-game, and forced through NVCP. I discovered that this happens in Serious Sam 2 like 5 years ago, and since then, I've never tried it again. It's possible that SS2 is the only game in the world this happens with ... but I sorta doubt it
When it comes to AA, it's impossible to be 'consistent'. Different engines do it differently, or some won't do it at all. Using the in-game AA, and leaving NVCP on 'use app settings', is the closest thing to consistency you're going to be able to get
Sad fact of the matter is, forcing AA through NVCP only rarely actually 'works' nowadays.
With Mafia II, you can rename it's .exe to jericho.exe (Clive Baker's Jericho) and force proper AA
Originally Posted by Blindrage606;13806153
Great question, if anyone could elaborate on this topic?
Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;13806151
At 1080p or less, yes, 1.5GB will be plenty....
QFT (ppl need to know the truth about amd's "8 cores")
Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared
I just don't think the single thread/four thread performance is there to really call it a 4c/8t part. It's different than HT, HT only adds a bit more performance at the top, while keeping the base performance the same. Bulldozer is slow from 1-8 threads, where as a processor using HT is faster from 1-4, then slows way down after the 4th thread. To me HT, or 4c/8t insinuates there is greater performance when using 4t or less, which isn't really the case with bulldozer.