Originally Posted by Nanosuitguy
Veryhigh, & tweaked TOD, & 8x Multisampling plus 16 coverage samples aka "16xQ", & Supersampling Transparency Anti-Aliasing.
Combine this with a high resolution (CRT monitor are required) and you will get the about the same image quality as in those pictures.
You don't need a CRT for high resolutions... most 30" LCD's can do 2560x1600... that's higher than a CRTs 2048x1536 by a decent portion. Although the LCD would probably cost more than the CRT... while being quite a bit larger screen (viewable) though. It boils down to preference, I suppose.