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Optimizing Graphics (no jaggies)

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Esotic, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. Esotic

    Esotic
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  2. I use these settings, but Multi instead of supersample.
    (And also Radeon Pro because CCC always delete my config) :mad:

    Same settings work great in rF2. Something I didn't try yet is to add the sweetFX in GSC via Radeon Pro, not sure if it's possible.
     
  3. Dave Cerio

    Dave Cerio
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    Thanks for sharing the link. It's exactily what I have been looking for.
     
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  4. Esotic

    Esotic
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    I'm glad it's appreciated. I don't need my games to have super crazy lighting effects like crap-escular rays, but I do want the lines to be clean.
     
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  5. Dave Cerio

    Dave Cerio
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    Well, I am computer illiterate. The step by step instructions with shiny pictures explained stuff so I could understand and stuff. So...good find, and thanks, and stuff.
     
  6. Just curious, im having to play without a GPU at the moment because still waiting for a replacement for a faulty one i bought, but is there anyway i could apply AA without the AMD Catalyst Control Center? Also, what setting applies texture filtering? Its starting to bug me seeing track lines so close but not further up the track. Sorry if this question has been answered elsewhere...
     
  7. You can in the config tool that stays in GSC folder. But I'm not sure the processor alone can handle this. My i3 2100 did wonders running on the "HD" graphics so idk, if you have something better it could work
     
  8. i have a AMD A10 6800K, i'll just give it a go see how it handles. I can run this game on almost max at 90 fps and over without AA
     
  9. Esotic

    Esotic
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    I was under the impression that the GPU portion of the A10 APU was very similar to a dedicated GPU, but just bundled onto the chip so it could share memory and cache with the CPU. Have you tried installing the CCC to adjust these types of settings? I used to be an "AMD Guy", but lately I've been using intel CPUs and GTX graphics to try and reduce the power load of my PCs. My new skylake i5 and gtx 750ti do remarkably well without drawing a ton of power.

    According to the Catalyst homepage they are implying you can use it with APUs:
    http://www.amd.com/en-us/innovations/software-technologies/catalyst
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2015
  10. Oh, that i didn't know... I will give it a go see what i can do and how it all goes. Thanks for letting me know though.