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NVIDIA FXAA antialiasing gets analyzed at HardOCP

Posted on Thursday, July 21 2011 @ 01:20:27 CEST by


HardOCP took the time to study NVIDIA's new FXAA antialiasing tech, you can check it out over here.
In our recent gameplay performance evaluation of F.3.A.R., we briefly touched on NVIDIA’s new FXAA technology. This new antialiasing algorithm created by NVIDIA hasn't had as big of a fan fare welcoming, or hype, as AMD's Morphological Antialiasing had. You might have not even heard of FXAA before, but this new type of antialiasing has the potential to challenge traditional AA, and even AMD's Morphological AA (MLAA). With two new games supporting FXAA, Duke Nukem Forever and F.3.A.R, with more games on the way, it is time for HardOCP to dive into this new technology and look at performance and image quality. You may be surprised just how well this new AA works, and you might find it gives AMD's MLAA a run for its money.




 



 

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