anti aliasing on Asus Geforce 4 ti4200??

groovin

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Can I enable anti aliasing? If so, anyone know how? I havent played with it much yet.

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AnAndAustin

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:D Easiest way is to enable nV-Tweak in the system tray when installing the drivers, you may be able to turn this on from control panel. This enables you to force diff AA (and Aniso IIRC) even for games which don't support them. There are plenty of 3rd party tools like Powerteak/strip and Riva Tuner which can also help. Don't forget to install coolbits to raise your 4200 which will be clocked far below where it should be.

;) Anyway you should find either 2xAA or QuinxAA the best modes as 4xAA and 4xSAA take quite a hit while the former 2 hardly hit perf at all. You should also find low level Aniso very beneficial although it does hit perf, without getting too deep it keeps textures harp esp at longer distances, VERY useful with QxAA.
 

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