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PMDG NGX Dashed lines on wing should be solid

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Anyone know what anti aliasing settings in Nvidia & P3D are needed to make the dashed lines on the wing of the NGX solid as they should be

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2xMSAA works well enough on a 4K resolution screen.  Stay away from SSAA if possible.

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I use 4x MSAA and then "enhance the application setting" in the nVidia Inspector with 4x SGSS. I get perfectly sharp lines on my 1080 monitor this way. And, incidentally, I see no hit to performance with dynamic lights with these settings. 

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18 minutes ago, wsmeier said:

I use 4x MSAA and then "enhance the application setting" in the nVidia Inspector with 4x SGSS. I get perfectly sharp lines on my 1080 monitor this way. And, incidentally, I see no hit to performance with dynamic lights with these settings. 

And what video card you have? That is important as I am sure my 980ti would start crying like a baby if I do the same as you :laugh:

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I'm using 4xSSAA and performance is still very good. At night I switch to 8xMSAA but only when I'm at an airport that supports dynamic lighting.

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On October 27, 2017 at 11:53 AM, simbol said:

And what video card you have? That is important as I am sure my 980ti would start crying like a baby if I do the same as you :laugh:

Yes, big omission on my part. It's a 780ti. My graphics settings are one notch down except for autogen. Those are pretty far down. 2048 textures. I have the trees unchecked as well as the high resolution box. I lock my frames at 29.5 in the Inspector and only see them dip below that in extreme situations such as heavy overcast. I consider myself lucky to have pretty acceptable performance in light of my low end card. CPU is a 4790, without the "k" so no overclock. 

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10 minutes ago, wsmeier said:

Yes, big omission on my part. It's a 780ti.

Better get used to those dashed lines then.  :)

gb.

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Just now, gboz said:

Better get used to those dashed lines then.  :)

gb.

I think you misunderstood my post, gb. If you look a bit higher in the thread, you'll see that I have nice sharp lines, even with my low-end card. I'm quite happy with how things are working out with my system, considering the issues others are having.

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23 minutes ago, wsmeier said:

Yes, big omission on my part. It's a 780ti. My graphics settings are one notch down except for autogen. Those are pretty far down. 2048 textures. I have the trees unchecked as well as the high resolution box. I lock my frames at 29.5 in the Inspector and only see them dip below that in extreme situations such as heavy overcast. I consider myself lucky to have pretty acceptable performance in light of my low end card. CPU is a 4790, without the "k" so no overclock. 

WAO,  I will need to check out this then as my Card is a 980Ti.

Thanks for the info.

Simbol

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26 minutes ago, wsmeier said:

I think you misunderstood my post, gb. If you look a bit higher in the thread, you'll see that I have nice sharp lines, even with my low-end card. I'm quite happy with how things are working out with my system, considering the issues others are having.

Yes, sorry there, I confused you with the OP.

gb.

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