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ATI Catalyst 4.7 drivers w/ "Temporal Anti-Aliasing": How's this treating your g


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#1 DosFreak

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Posted 09 July 2004 - 10:11 PM

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fact that V-Sync is forced on with Temporal AA means that the frame rate is basically capped at the refresh rate of the monitor,


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Posted 09 July 2004 - 10:30 PM

Ooops, just deleted his post. Sorry! wink The button is so close to the Edit button and with the POS work mouse I inadvertenly clicked Delete......and there was no confirmation! shocked

It'd odd that they've include a popup blocker with Nview. Guess they will likely remove it once Windows XP SP2 comes out.

I was wondering about their firewall solution tho. Is it hardware based or software?

Still waiting for an X800 XT....debating on buying a X800 Pro VIVO and flashing it but I'd rather get the real thing.




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