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Assassin's Creed III test GPU

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Man this game looks good but I just don't want to pay full price :(

TXAA seriously improves the jaggies....Who said it made the games look worse?
 
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Man this game looks good but I just don't want to pay full price :(

TXAA seriously improves the jaggies....Who said it made the games look worse?


Agreed, just hope its good in surround and
my set up can do it justice.:)

As for full price nah! free is better :p
 
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Anyone know if this game will be back for sale on Steam anytime soon?
I don't like using anything other than Steam for my games, Origin because they forced me.
 
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Uplay is something I don't want but had to have it with Far Cry 3 :( Not sure what AC3 is on?

test indicate that overall picture sharpness is worse.

You have a link showing this?

In terms of anti-aliasing, you can select the MSAA or exclusive smoothing technology and NVIDIA FXAA TXAA. New smoothing TXAA, which we have already seen in the Secret World and Call of Duty: Black Ops II, in AC3 left a good impression. The picture looks good in motion, for which the technique was created. Compared with FXAA, TXAA definitely provides a better quality anti-aliasing. Compared with MSAA, the picture turns softer, I would say cine. In addition, TXAA less intensive video than MSAA. In short, if your computer graphics card GeForce GTX 600th series, be sure to try it!
 
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