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Question about visibility

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Robert Stork, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. Robert Stork

    Robert Stork

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    i have a hard time seeing a corner till im like 150 meters away from it
    anyone else have this problem?
     
  2. Bram

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    How are you graphical settings in the game. I believe draw distance is the one you should raise to get better visibility.
     
  3. Robert Stork

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    hmm i have a 9800 gtx+ sli
    i think i set all the settings up highest then put aa x16 and filtering up max in profile.
    I guess i'll take another look at it.
    I just see a bunch of flickering when there are walls or signs in the distance. or "shimmering"

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    yeah everything max except shadows.
     
  4. Robert Stork

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    Fixed it

    had to go back to 185.85 drivers for nvidia.
    the newer ones weren't taking the aa settings for some reason.
    so im using nhancer now to customize aa and tf
     
  5. Rob Goldthorpe

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    Double check that you have Draw Distance to the higest setting.
     
  6. Robert Stork

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    it was a driver problem.
    It wasn't allowing me to set aa so all the lines distant kept "shimmering".
    Once I downgraded my drivers and messed with nHancer I now have smoother lines and less "shimmering"
     
  7. Rob Goldthorpe

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    Glad you got it sorted :good:
     
  8. Mikkow

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    Having an unnaturally high fov (say, higher than 35) also makes thing appear smaller and further away than they would be in real life.