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SGSS vs nvidia DSR

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Hi, 

Needsome advice and guidance.

 

My specs are in my signature. I get smooth 20fps.

I have 8 SGSS in NVI,  8x in Steve's Fixer on native 2560x1080 resolution powered by ASUS Strix GTX 970.

I keep reading I can enable DSR 1.5 and turn off AAin NVI and Steve's fixer and gt the same image.

Will it improve my fps ?.

Thanks

 

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SGSS is an enormous hit on your medium end system, set it completely off in NVI, and that will give you better frames, don't know for Steve's fixer I don't use DX10

Herman

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Worth reading this post:

My old system was almost identical to yours and I found that 4xSGSS worked well and didn't affect performance too much. The problem that I found when I tried DSR was that in-game menus and text popups get very small depending on the DSR setting and it does still give a performance hit. If you don't have a problem with shimmering (which is helped by SGSS), try FXAA - I find that the AA is good enough and there is almost no affect on performance using my GTX 970.

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5 minutes ago, vortex681 said:

Worth reading this post:

My old system was almost identical to yours and I found that 4xSGSS worked well and didn't affect performance too much. The problem that I found when I tried DSR was that in-game menus and text popups get very small depending on the DSR setting and it does still give a performance hit. If you don't have a problem with shimmering (which is helped by SGSS), try FXAA - I find that the AA is good enough and there is almost no affect on performance using my GTX 970.

Thanks mate

 

I will check the link and also FXAA.

I will be upgrading to I7 7700k end of this year, need something to get me thru till then.

I tried 4x SGSS and to me don't see much difference between 4 and 8 SGSS in my system, fps around 20 with occasional dips and very rare stutters.

 

So thought of the DSR option.

 

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