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Old June 7, 2013, 09:07 AM
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Look at something extremely detailed and switch between Max MSAA SOAA etc, you should see the subtle differences....another good one is Lara Croft's hair Tomb Raider, check that one out ;)
Or full SOAA Witcher 2 or DOF Metro 33
Its not just AA / AF but there is a gammet of Options now available for "improved visuals" DX11 Titles.

Also, any DX9 Title is no challenge at all
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Old June 8, 2013, 07:19 AM
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Can you even see a visual difference on a 27" 2560x1440 when AA is enabled / disabled? I can barely tell on my 30" 2560x1600, so the higher pixel density on the 27" must make it even less useful.

With the 4k screens coming, I think we'll start to see AA fall into disuse completely.
Agreed on all of the above.

AA will be obsolete with 4K screens because the problem AA solves is low pixel density.

Will require high end graphics to run with over 2X the pixels as 25X16. But res>>>>>>>AA.
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