Originally Posted by dpagan
it's short for optimizations, which are found in the nvidia control panel, you know the 3 filtering OPT that you can enable
Ahh I see... these default 3 settings are:
Trilinear optimization = ON
Anisotropic mip filter optimization = OFF
Anisotropic sample optimization = ON
I will turn on Anisotropic mip filter optimization and see what the fps are.
Hmmm very interesting fps numbers, here is no different with 8xAF but when turn on 16xAF, with no HDR I get 20fps - 4fps increase, with HDR I get 17fps - 4fps increase.
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