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December 25th, 2013, 05:12
Doesn't look any better than the normal anti-aliasing to me. The tech page says performance is similar to 4x with quality like 8x. I hadn't messed with any anti-aliasing settings in awhile as the framerate hit was always too high compared to the visual improvement. Went into the control panel and cranked it to max. 32xCSAA in Skyrim looks amazing! I'm cCurious how it will affect the performance of a newer title.
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