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Question How do I force NVIDIA Control Panel Settings and make them actually work?

I set my NVIDIA Control Panel Settings to be the maximum (the global setting for antialiasing mode is application controlled) but I have tried both Enhance application controls and Override application controls for my video game and it doesn't seem to do ANYTHING. What can I do?
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I set my NVIDIA Control Panel Settings to be the maximum (the global setting for antialiasing mode is application controlled) but I have tried both Enhance application controls and Override application controls for my video game and it doesn't seem to do ANYTHING. What can I do?
Which video game?

Does this game have its own anti-aliasing options? If so, it's always far better to use the game's built-in controls both for a superior effect and superior performance.

If it doesn't have its own built-in options, then you probably won't ever see a difference because the game already doesn't have any anti-aliasing.


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Which video game?

Does this game have its own anti-aliasing options? If so, it's always far better to use the game's built-in controls both for a superior effect and superior performance.

If it doesn't have its own built-in options, then you probably won't ever see a difference because the game already doesn't have any anti-aliasing.
Oh alright... but what if NVIDIA control panel has better anti ailiasing options?
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