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Rob Ainscough

nVidia 344.75 ... no mention of Prepar3D ...

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Not surprised ... but there is MFAA now available for some.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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I'll try, probably is a good option for something like a GTX 650 TI BOOST.

 

Rob probably you know, I would like to know the benefit of a profile? How can benefit us? Probably improve the perfomance?

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Benefit for those with Maxwell - 980/970 series - I guess?  I don't have one of those GPUs so I don't know.

 

Just letting folks know and interested to see what those with Maxwell think of MFAA.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Thanks for your answer, but I didn't explain properly (sorry)

 

A P3Dv2 Profile in Nvidia, how can benefit us? Improve the perfomance?

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Thanks for your answer, but I didn't explain properly (sorry)

 

A P3Dv2 Profile in Nvidia, how can benefit us? Improve the perfomance?

 

Have more options available through things like nVidia inspector. Force things like AA 

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A P3Dv2 Profile in Nvidia, how can benefit us? Improve the perfomance?

 

Profiles typically improve performance, add new features (like AA modes), add support for SLI, fix bugs.  If you look at the release notes they indicate specific items that may affect your system/games/sims you have.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Benefit for those with Maxwell - 980/970 series - I guess?  I don't have one of those GPUs so I don't know.

 

Just letting folks know and interested to see what those with Maxwell think of MFAA.

 

Cheers, Rob.

Confirming the info in Spirit's link I have a 980 and loaded the new driver last night. Unfortunately it says MFAA is 'not supported for this application' under the Nvidia control panel entry for Prepar3d. Forcing it in NI seems to have no effect (to be expected)...

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Why won't Nvida add p3d its not like LM is a small company and p3ds user base isn't tiny

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