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Queston: How much does Anti Aliasing effect framerate?
WyzeGye posted...MasterDonGero posted...SinisterSlay posted...Well once upon a time, AA essentially meant every frame had to be rendered twice.
That's just a typo....
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JKatarn posted...kingoffps posted...In some games I've noticed it makes very little difference.
No problemo...yeah, I believe I was really into Dark Forces when I initially made this account, and am still a fan of the series, though I haven't played it in a while. I own Dark Forces and Jedi Knight II, have to buy Jedi Knight sometime.
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kingoffps posted...JKatarn posted...kingoffps posted...In some games I've noticed it makes very little difference.
Dark Force 2: Jedi Knight has very crappy lightsaber combat compared with the follow ups. BUT it has some of the best level design in the entire series. Huge open levels filled with actual paths.
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affect*, not effect
Here's an example. I played Burnout Paradise and i did it at max. I ran at 30-45 FPS, I turned off Anti-Aliasing effect from 8x to off, And it goes about locked 60 FPS, So that should be a good example.
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