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Posted by: Balthalzar.6243

Balthalzar.6243

This requires a NVIDIA GPU
This requires NVIDIA INSPECTOR program

Want to make GW2 look better? Then head on to this link
http://ipkonfig.com/guild-wars-2-bringing-antialiasing-to-the-game

You can inject MSAA, SUPER SAMPLING AA or sparse grid super sampling anti aliasing.

Leagues better then FXAA.

My system is

I5 2500K 4.5GHZ
2X SLI 670’S overclocked
8GB RAM 1600MHZ

I run with 4x msaa and 2x ssaa

’It’s no surprise seeing another game slam onto the market lacking AA (Anti-Aliasing) features and Guild Wars 2 is no exception. MMORPG games tend to get left in the dark with good Anti-Aliasing features while FPS (First Person Shooter) games dominate the Anti-Aliasing options readily available within the game."

quote from the article

I recommend a 660+ or equivalent GPU for SSAA as this game is CPU bound, but this will tax the GPU a bit more.

AA in game must be set to none and rendering set to native.

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God Of Fissures.8627

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Posted by: IVIUIEI.9631

IVIUIEI.9631

Holy mother of god, looks like a cg movie… how much do u have to spend to get this awesome game to look like this?

vvuevv

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Posted by: Insignya.8625

Insignya.8625

SuperSampling always runs terribly, it’s never been a good option for anything other than 680 or above. Plus, the difference between SMAA and SSAA is minimal in terms of visuals, but SMAA taxes your system way less.

If you want quality Anti-Aliasing with way less of a performance impact, download SweetFX injector, add the game’s library and set SMAA at 1. You can force HDR (high-definition rendering), bloom and realistic light sources at minimal performance cost from there. Just make sure you’ve disabled ingame FXAA as SweetFX won’t run unless you do.

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Posted by: Scoobaniec.9561

Scoobaniec.9561

No love for ATI? Its still look about half decent compared to what Crysis 1 is. As if im not wrong, this game been promoted in DX10.

FX 8350, Radeon R9 290X, 16GB ram and GW still lags.

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Posted by: maddoctor.2738

maddoctor.2738

No love for ATI? Its still look about half decent compared to what Crysis 1 is. As if im not wrong, this game been promoted in DX10.

Use SweetFX, it works for all graphic cards

http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/sweetfx_shader_suite_download.html

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Posted by: rogerwilko.6895

rogerwilko.6895

so what must one do in order to get 30+ FPS in WvW in the 100v100 battles?

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Posted by: Balthalzar.6243

Balthalzar.6243

Currently, that is pretty hard to do although my comp does it.

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Posted by: Nretep.2564

Nretep.2564

That’s what the ingame’s option “Render Sampling” does …

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Posted by: dekou.6012

dekou.6012

SweetFX’s SMAA isn’t noticeably different and has a very small performance cost. FXAA is terrible, however, and you should replace is ASAP if your GW2 is still using it.

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Posted by: Jam.3258

Jam.3258

A question: If I select Supersample would FXAA then be applied to the super-image or afterwards? Is it applied on top of the antialiased (x1) native-resolution image after supersampling; or is it applied before supersampling on the (x4) super-image?

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Posted by: Balthalzar.6243

Balthalzar.6243

It is applied ontop, ingame render sampling is nowhere as good as GPUs

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Posted by: Paul.4081

Paul.4081

I tried this and for some bizarre reason GW2 runs the exact same performance wise and now I have a excellent crisp looking game

My only issue is that at night if I look at scenery against the sky in LA I get what looks like the marching ants you get in Photoshop when you select something. Is there any way to get rid of this? I’ll put up with it if I have to because the AA makes it worth it but it would be nice if I’m just overlooking some option that would remove them.