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Old 08-27-08, 10:18 PM   #109
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Default Re: NVIDIA says it will win back performance leadership this year

I rarely use SLI-AA 8x unless I'm really performance constrained and then I'd usually prefer to drop down a resolution first, I usually run either SLI-AA 16x or SLI-AA 32xQ modes.

I personally feel there is room for another SLI-AA mode in between 16x and 32xQ.

SLI 16x 8x CSAA + 2x SLI SS
SLI 32xQ 16xQ CSAA + 2x SLI SS

You could potentially add a mode like this:
16x CSAA + 2x SLI SS
and call it SLI-AA 32x. Would be a nice compromise when SLI-AA 32xQ is too much to handle.
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