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flybyme

Catalyst control center settings?

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Ciao to all,

I just got my new pc and video card si a HD 7900 3gb....

 

Which are e settings to use for Fs in the CCC?

Refered to the Antialliance, anisotropic filters......etc....

 

Thanx a lot

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That card is powerful, I use a 7750 and with max and works well .

 

ATI has problems with fsx , but I would suggest try the max settings and see the difference.


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Hello,

Thanx for the reply ,It's what I did....but I get on FS9 Window , seVeral "blue Lines" .....like scratches....

If I Put all to minimum I get no "scratches" but the pixels are not "rounded"......

I think it has to do with the settings of CCC.....

 

By the Way, when I connect the 2nd monitor to the 2nd DVI output...I get errore with the VGA deriverà and then the "blue screen" before the pc auto reboots...

HOPE the problem si given by the drivers.....wich version of drivers do you have?

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I am using 12.11 Beta 8


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Ok, I' lo look for then on the internet.....but if u have the link...:)

May I also ask you wich settings did u use?

As asonotropic...etc....

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My card is not so powerful, but AA 4x Anisotrpic 16x Texture quality High / AA mode Super-Sample.

 

http://support.amd.c...ages/index.aspx

 

On the link select your card and OS and you should find two drivers the second one is the 12.11 beta 8. Please note they are still beta but I have noticed performance with these.


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what about this:

 

 

On the CCC control panel, I have the following:

 

Anti-Aliasing:

Override application settings

Level: 8X

Samples: 24X

Filter: Edge-detect

 

Anisotropic Filtering:

Override application settings

Per-pixel samples: 16X

(In FS I have set trilinear)

 

Morphological Filtering:

Disabled (This makes everything blurry if I use it)

 

Tesselation:

AMD optimized (guess this has no effect in FS)

 

Texture Filtering Quality:

High Quality

 

Surface Format Optimization:

Enabled (guess this has no effect in FS)

 

Wait for Vertical Refresh:

Always on

 

Anti-Aliasing Mode:

Adaptive Multi-sample AA

 

OpenGL Settings:

Triple Buffering: Enabled

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You have to try these settings in FSX. I guess you can switch OFF Triple Buffering.


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