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Old 09-24-2003, 12:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a Radeon 9800PRO, and I am wondering, how do you turn off Anti-Aliasing? I've looked everywhere in the options, and I can't find it to save my life. I found something on AA, but it said something like program preference or something like that and doesn't give me the option to turn it off.
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I have a GeforceFX Go5650. If I want to turn off/on anti-aliasing I
1) Open up Display Properties by right clicking on the destop and clicking properties or going to control panel
2) Click the Settings tab
3) Click the Advanced button
4) Click the GeForce FX Go5650 tab
5) Click Performance and Settings which gives me two sliders I can use to adjust the amount of anti-aliasing and ansiotropic filtering.

Thats for GeForce card. It might be slightly different for a Radeon card, I'm not sure.
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First, be sure that you have the latest ATI drivers, as well as the ATI Control Panel installed.

Go to the Display Properties > Settings tab > Advanced > either the Direct3D or OpenGL tabs (depending on which API you want the AA turned on/off), and adjust the Smoothvision slider.
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