Originally Posted by m3dude
because i know what aa looks like when enabled in a videogame. also how would u have 16xq aa on a radeon? u know 16x1aa is only supported by nvidia card. what u have is the games built in r_useedgeaa=2. thats not compatible with real antialiasing.
Then why in the Catalyst Control Center I have the options of 2XAA, 4XAA, 8XAA, 8XQAA, 16XAA, 16XQAA, 24XAA....?
The graphics mod I made doesn't have e_useedgeaa 2 enable, because as you said, it is not compatible with real AA.
But believe me I do have 16XQAA on. I dont know why you cant believe me...
Core 2 Quad Q8200 @3.1 Ghz
ASUS Rampage Extreme X48 Mainboard
2GB DDR3 OCZ Gold Ed. RAM
Ultra X3 1000 Watt PSU
Thermalright TRUE Black Ultra-120 Extreme W/ four 120mm Fans.
WD Caviar 320 Gb Hard Drive
NZXT Tempest(Modded) With 11 Fans
Two GTX 295's or 1-2 GT 300's
Core i7 920
Coolermaster V10 CPU Cooler
EVGA X58 Classified
Thermaltake Spedo Advanced Case
4 GB DDR3 Tri-Channel RAM
*All other components remain the same.