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ATI Tray Tools users?

Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by Damien Jones, May 12, 2011.

  1. I've just swapped out my nVidia 9600GT for a Radeon HD4870 and was wondering if anyone here is also running RBR on an AMD card? If so, what settings do you use in ATITrayTools to get the best picture quality. I have Supersampling working ok but am wondering if there's a 'preferred' bunch of settings for RBR.
  2. I'm running HD4830, but TBH I don't event install CCC or ATiTrayTools. One of the reasons is that forced AA causes the joints on the roads to appear and it's just fugly, so I just stick to maxing out the default settings. If you get some nice results don't hesitate to post, that might be just enough to lure me into installing the full driver package next time around ;).
  3. Yeah, those lines are horrible! On my nVidia card I could enable Supersampling which does AA on the whole image, not just edges and so you don't get the lines. I can't get the Radeon to do it though (contrary to my post above), it only seems to want to supersample transparent textures and multisample the rest of the image; resulting in fuglyness! Looks like I'll just stick with the jaggies for now.
    On the upside, Tervaniemi 15Km now runs perfectly, so I'm happy.
  4. I have aa and aaa set to app controlled (off, cos off them dem lines) rest is maxxed out
  5. looks the 4xxx series cards can't do proper supersampling AA in DX9 games. I tried a bit of a hack to enable it last night but had no luck (works fine for OpenGL apparently). Bit of a shame as there are noticeable jaggies at my monitor's native 1680x1050 resolution.
  6. Hi,

    I'm making an "up" to this thread.
    Did you experience ATI Tray Tool?

    I have an ATI 4800 Series and I would like to force AA and AF without having black lines on the road.

    Thanks for your reply.

  7. Unfortunately it looks like a choice between jaggies or lines across the road.