View Full Version : One more comment about Dungeon Siege.
May 3rd, 2002, 19:48
On a whim, last night, I tried Dungeon Siege using the special FSAA Mode for D3d. I believe it is called 4xFSAAs. I did this because Dungeon Siege is a D3D game and i wannted to see how it would look. The only way to describe it is "Oh my God!!!" I have never seen such great looking, realistic, crisp and clear graphics and not a "jaggie" in sight. From now on that is the only way i will play this game, w/that FSAA mode enabled.
May 3rd, 2002, 23:52
Your lucky my card can't do that and have a decent frame rate...but max payne have that option too. you need post screen, if you haven't already.
May 4th, 2002, 00:46
Can you post a pic. I want to see this. :)
May 4th, 2002, 04:20
I'll fire it up tonight and get some pics. Then I'll post 'em tomorrow. I think you will be amazed.
May 4th, 2002, 06:01
cool...i can't find this option where is or is it a gf4 only thing that gf3 won't have?
May 4th, 2002, 12:35
Its also nice with old FSAA what GF1/2 have,but if you play at 1024x768 you practically dont see any jaggies.
May 4th, 2002, 17:08
Delita, to see if your GF3 can do this special FSAA mode, goto the panel where you set the FSAA. If the GF3 TI 200 has the same FSAA options as the GF4 TI 4600 (I think it does) you should see off, 2x, Quincunx, 4x, and 4xs. 4xs is the one you want for D3d. It says so. The thing is, what drivers are you using? Some versions of the detonator drivers may not have these options. I'm using the WHQL 28.32s directly from Nvidia.
May 4th, 2002, 19:03
I am using the same drivers but i do not have that option. oh well morrowind is out and i know my comp can't run FSAA on that.
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