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12-12-2018 07:22 AM
trivium91 Not sure far cry 4 will allow DSR the only reason its allowing me to play 1080P is because its my desktop native resolution, so i would have to likely enable it in the nvidia control panel.. Never really played around with it though usually i just used AA on the desktop.
12-11-2018 01:11 PM
The Pook That's nothing new. Higher resolutions don't need as much AA as lower ones. Running above native res is essentially DSR ... both of these final images are at 1080p, but the one rendered with DSR at the higher res doesn't need AA.



I wasn't happy at 1080p without at least 4x AA in most games, but at 1440p 2x or even FXAA (depending on the game) is plenty.
12-11-2018 01:05 PM
trivium91
Quote: Originally Posted by paulerxx View Post
If it's running at least the screen's native resolution it should look fine. I wouldn't worry about it too much.
so just got it configured, it looks decent but for some reason when moonlight is selected to run at the native res, when i manually select the game to tun at 1080P..it looks noticeably better...actually to the point where you would not notice the difference between that and running 24" 1080P. Maybe its basically supersampling? or similiar to AA?
12-11-2018 10:11 AM
paulerxx If it's running at least the screen's native resolution it should look fine. I wouldn't worry about it too much.
12-11-2018 10:01 AM
trivium91
Gaming at 1366x768?

Hi Guys

I usually game at 1080P on a 24" monitor with a GTX 1070, trying to setup moonlight to stream games to my laptop which is an older A10-4600M with a 15.6" screen... im wondering how it will look on the screen. Theoretically the pixels per inch are about the same from 1080P at 24", so it should look similiar or am i missing something else? I haven't really gamed much since i got married as i dont want to be absent from the wife...even if she is just reading in bed. At least this way i would be next to her.

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