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Thread: an x800 (anytype) and F.E.A.R. benchmarks




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    Default Re: an x800 (anytype) and F.E.A.R. benchmarks

    Whats this about the Elder Scrolls 4? Please speak in plebian terms
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    Default Re: an x800 (anytype) and F.E.A.R. benchmarks

    You can't enable Anti-Aliasing and High Dynamic Range in Oblivion unless you have a certain ATI card and driver. What wasn't clear about that?

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    Default Re: an x800 (anytype) and F.E.A.R. benchmarks

    yeah, thats what i thought too. but in the readme it says that soft shadows cant be enabled with antialiasing, and i can enable it fine in the game, but i run it with 4x AA and i notice no graphic improvements or performance hit.
    anyway, im not that bothered since its such an awesome game.
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