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Anti-aliasing Setting

Discussion in 'PC Discussion' started by UYB, Mar 27, 2020.

  1. UYB

    UYB New Member

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    Hi
    First, there may be a typo, not a country that uses English as the main. I apologize for this. I used translation.
    Which of the Anti-aliasing settings is better, FXAA or TAA?
    FXAA is flicker, such as br185 monitor. TAA is not clear.
     

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  2. fanta1682002

    fanta1682002 Active Member

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    ŤAA
     
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  3. hyperlord

    hyperlord Active Member

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    130% upscale +TAA is the best I can get.
    Maybe I try reshade sooner or later since there are AA filters as I've read somewhere
     
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  4. Jeannot41

    Jeannot41 Well-Known Member

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    The reshade changed my vision on TSW.
    Everything is better.
     
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  5. Callum B.

    Callum B. Active Member

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    ReShade offers SMAA which is quite good when paired with in-game FXAA or TAA. I tend to go with TAA since it smooths out jaggies better but I switch to FXAA in the rain because the TAA artifacts obscure the water droplets on the windows.
     
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