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#1   2018-08-05 21:01          
So I recently built a new system and then decided to try out SL having not messed with it in a couple years and have had some problems with anti aliasing.

I've tried forcing it and I've tried using inspector to change some things but I haven't had any luck. Maybe someone here has a solution but I haven't found anything online or on any previous posts here that would help. I'm leaning toward a strange hardware issue, but I'm not sure.

here's an example of the problem:

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#2   2018-08-05 21:35          
Try megalius SLRR, I don't know how but it has insane anti aliasing and it doesn't lag.

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#3   2018-08-05 22:03          
I'd prefer to not use someone's enb/reshade bandaid. I used to have great AA on my old setup, now since I switched to nvidia I'm having issues.

this was what I used to have:

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#4   2018-08-05 22:41          
Mix whatever the highest quality AA you can get with some crazy DSR, 1080 should handle it

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#5   2018-08-05 22:49          
I've tried dsr too and I'm not convinced it's making any difference. The only other thing that's changed beside the pc was the monitor so I wonder if that would cause something like this.

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#6   2018-08-07 23:37          
i have had the same problem on my 980 and now my gtx 1070 easiest way i got around it was to SUPER SAMPEL like retarde resolution then compress it down to like 720p

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#7   2018-08-08 01:41          
I'm pretty sure that replacing your monitor doesn't affect the performance of your PC, it just can't do that. Psycho's solution may be the best for you, aka put DSR to 4x (so ie 1080p will become 2160p) and resize your screenshots back to your resolution (ie 1080p).

On the other hand - have you tried clean installing your drivers (not by the option in installer but literally removing old and installing new)?

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#8   2018-08-08 14:11          
in inspector, make sure you select override application settings for AA mode instead of enhance them

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#9   2018-08-08 14:42          
# ALAN : I'm pretty sure that replacing your monitor doesn't affect the performance of your PC, it just can't do that.
This guy is on the fucking money.

Ill install SLRR later and do some investigating.


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#10   2018-08-08 19:37          
Is your windows new on your new rig or the old one?
I'd recommend you to wipe out all old drivers and stuff.
And do a clean install of every single driver available for your new hardware.
I had no AA using nvidia control panel with my 1060, but when i forced it (using override) to 32Xs using custom .exe profile it worked. Be sure that inspector actually applies any modifications you make on the .exe profiler(run it as admin)

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#11   2018-08-09 13:57          


not sure if this helps, but i opened up slrr and max'ed the controle panel settings, this is how she looks.


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