NVIDIA and Anti-Aliasing

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by Xephian, Dec 3, 2005.

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    Xephian

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    How do you turn on Anti-Aliasing for games on a Power Mac with a 6600?
     
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    TDM21

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    I believe anti-aliasing is controlled by the game for NVIDIA cards. There is no driver override like for ATI cards. What game are you wanting enable anti-aliasing in?
     
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    Xephian

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    Battlefield 1942.
     
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    ok, I don't know for sure but try the read-me file, some newer games hide FSAA as a console command or you hold the command or control keys as you start the game to choose monitors and such.

    The above poster is correct, there is no FSAA overrides for Nvidia cards, like there are for ati cards. I have a PowerBook 12" 1.5 GHz 1.2GB of RAM, has the geforce 5200 that i wish i could do fsaa on, but can't since I upgraded from my iBook 800MHz, Radion 9200.
     

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