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Steve I set all my AA up exactly as the Documents have told me, Im using 8xCSAA in the Fixer and 8x SGSS in NVI but when I turn SweetFX on ALL of my AA is almost Gone! The light poles at Payware airports shimmer like crazy, soon as UI turn off SweetFX it just back, what do I need to do to fix this,

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I have never used sweet fx. I suggest you ask at the dx10 discussions forum, I think that there are some threads there on sweet fx.

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I have similar experience with sweetfx and AA, and there is a whole thread here on that... My advice would be to use Shade with dx10 on daylight flying, and reverting back to dx9 and enb on night flights. This is not documented, but i get same performance at night using dx10/dx9, as I can run water settings lower at night (no need to have terrain or autogen reflection at nigh IMO)...

 

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