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ATI, SB and AA?

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Hi

For quite some time now I have been running a SB Pro PE with a ATI HD 4870 graphics card. The problem is that SB never has worked with Anti aliasing. No matter what settings i try, the result is the same, ugly jaggies.

I have tried most versions of the catalyst drivers released since I got the card. No luck. Is this problem something common to all ATI cards?

Other people with ATI cards, how are you doing, what generetion of card and drivers give working AA? I would be very happy to solve this riddle without buying a new card, as SB Pro PE is the only application that doesn't work with AA at the moment. Any chance the new uppgrade will make a difference?

Cheers Porphyr

core duo @ 3.2

4 gig ram

Radeon HD 4870

Windows 7 64bit

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I have the same trouble as you do. Seems to be a driver issue. I hope it'll get solved with a future driver update. :o

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Thanks for the info Ssnake, I have crossed my fingers on every new driver release... :)

Ok! murkz, do you get working AA with ATI tray tools?

Which ATI card do you have? And which driver and windows version do you run?

Cheers Porphyr

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Hi Porphyr

Yes I have 8*AA and 16*AF working on a HD 5770, and the last driver released before 10-7_xp32 and I use XP.

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Those jaggies usually mean you need to enable v-sync to lock the FPS to the refresh rate (60fps).

I use this completely awesome program which detects what game you've just opened and applies the profile you've created for it and has the ability to auto load MSI Afterburner overclocks and then unload the profiles and overclocks when you exit the game

RadeonPro: http://www.radeonpro.info/

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Hi

I had almost given up hope on getting AA working with my ATI HD4800 series card. Anyway, I downloaded ATI driver 10.10 today and fired up SB just for the sake of it... Behold! No ugly jaggies!

It looks like owners of HD4800 cards can now get proper AA in combination with Win 7 64 bit. :)

I think Ssnake will be happy, if he is still using this card. :@!2:

cheers Porphyr

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Hi

I had almost given up hope on getting AA working with my ATI HD4800 series card. Anyway, I downloaded ATI driver 10.10 today and fired up SB just for the sake of it... Behold! No ugly jaggies!

So, no need to change settings?

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Hi

No, I didn't change any settings. I just installed the new drivers and used my normal profile, which has 4xAA set as standard.

cheers Porphyr

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I had to change the settings, so your mileage may vary. Still, better than what we had before. :)

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