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Alright here's my Rise of the Tomb Raider footage comparing FXAA to SSAA. SMAA didn't look any better. Make sure you watch it at full screen and 1080p60 if you can.

 


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Alright here's my Rise of the Tomb Raider footage comparing FXAA to SSAA. SMAA didn't look any better. Make sure you watch it at full screen and 1080p60 if you can.

 

 

I ran RTR tonight as well. I found SSAA to be the best on my 1080p monitor while using DSR to play in 1440p. FXAA caused some jaggies in trees at a medium distance and SSAAx2 and above brought my 980ti to its knees.

 

mother of god is it not the most beautiful game ever?


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As much as this sounds interesting, i have my doubts that's the case for us. I actually have a sony tv. I could give it a go by trying to plug my pc in it and check if this does anything. But for example my monitor never got driver updates (BenQ GL2460HM), so i doubt that's actually our case as much as i'd like for it to be such an easy solution. Also i tried (and many other did as well) with different monitors and unless we're uber unlucky and every one of them needed updating or was malfunctioning, you see how this case is really improbable. Also 2 of the monitors i treid worked flawlessly on older card. So... yeah.

Ya I guess your right.  This couldn't account for the shimmering or the texture pop in either.

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Alright here's my Rise of the Tomb Raider footage comparing FXAA to SSAA. SMAA didn't look any better. Make sure you watch it at full screen and 1080p60 if you can.

 

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Yeah, weirdly enough FXAA does a better job. I can clearly see it in 1080p. (How's the game by the way ?)

 

It's like when i play the Witcher 3, if I activate tbe FXAA from the NVIDIA panel and disable the ingame AA, it'll do a better job too, making the display even more blurry thought.

 

I agree with you MarkFMB, it's gotta be a software issue. It's like something interfering or in conflict with display rendering and post processing (LOD Bias as well). What colors me curious is why when i watch some youtubers gameplay they have the same issues, for instance Gopher, who's playing the Witcher 3 and Fallout 4 at the moment, while i don't think he actually experience it or he would have complain about it. 

 

I shall give the new NVIDIA drivers a try to see.

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I ran RTR tonight as well. I found SSAA to be the best on my 1080p monitor while using DSR to play in 1440p. FXAA caused some jaggies in trees at a medium distance and SSAAx2 and above brought my 980ti to its knees.

 

mother of god is it not the most beautiful game ever?

 

Did you mean to say you found SMAA to be best? ;)

 

It definitely looks way better at 1440p with DSR and it did run ok with those settings on my system (40-50fps average), but the problem with that I found is it's too heavy on the Vram. Even at 1080p it maxes out the 4GB on my 980 and occasionally causes the game to completely stop for a second - sometimes even during a cut scene (not cool). So I've stuck with keeping it at 1080p maxed and FXAA for solid 60fps. I may try running "high" preset at 1440p with FXAA or SMAA and see how that runs. 

 

It is certainly a gorgeous game, no doubt. Among the best-looking games I've seen, but not sure I'd say it is the best-looking, IMO. 


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Alright, weird stuff happened since I got this 9800gt. I know you guys will probably think I'm joking by now, but I got a bluescreen on the 8 year old 9800gt and I've again started questioning the graphical fidelity. It was the same BSOD as always, and it only happened once.

 

Fortunately, I bought two 9800gt's from the same guy, and I have not plugged the other one in yet. I'm going to see if I can get it working and take some videos before I get the same bluescreen and graphical downgrade.

 

If it turns out the 9800gt truly got downgraded, it means it has to be some form of hardware damage. Again, these 9800gt's are 8 year old.

 

I'll try to get the videos asap. I have no experience with this so I have no idea how easy/difficult it will be, but I'll do my best

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Well, here's the first video showing the, what I believe to be, broken version of the 9800gt. I made it just in case I would need it to compare it with the next 9800gt

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPw1v3_AaJs

 

sorry for the engurish, not a native speaker

 

I believe there were a few problems with the other 9800gt such as artifacting, but I'm confident I can get that fixed quickly. Once that's done I'll record a video on that card immediately, again showing all settings.

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Video is not loading for me. Says it's not available.

Anyway i never had any BSODs on this pc. I did have in the first pair of weeks of usage various times when display drivers stopped working for a second or two and got black screens. That stopped happening after a pair of week, but i can't be sure if that was an actual problem or not, since i updated drivers different times wiping them after before every update since. Could have been something wrong specific to that version.

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Did you mean to say you found SMAA to be best? ;)

It definitely looks way better at 1440p with DSR and it did run ok with those settings on my system (40-50fps average), but the problem with that I found is it's too heavy on the Vram. Even at 1080p it maxes out the 4GB on my 980 and occasionally causes the game to completely stop for a second - sometimes even during a cut scene (not cool). So I've stuck with keeping it at 1080p maxed and FXAA for solid 60fps. I may try running "high" preset at 1440p with FXAA or SMAA and see how that runs.

It is certainly a gorgeous game, no doubt. Among the best-looking games I've seen, but not sure I'd say it is the best-looking, IMO.

I think there's a memory leak as it uses all 6g of mine as well. I didn't see a performance hit because of it but the memory was used.


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I think there's a memory leak as it uses all 6g of mine as well. I didn't see a performance hit because of it but the memory was used.

 

Me thinks the game needs a patch or a few optimization/driver updates to run a little better. ;)

 

If it's using all 6gigs on your Ti, then yeah, something's not right. 1440 shouldn't use 2 extra gigs of Vram over 1080p. Need to check my system ram usage as well. Maybe 8gigs isn't cutting it anymore... ;)


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Me thinks the game needs a patch or a few optimization/driver updates to run a little better. ;)

If it's using all 6gigs on your Ti, then yeah, something's not right. 1440 shouldn't use 2 extra gigs of Vram over 1080p. Need to check my system ram usage as well. Maybe 8gigs isn't cutting it anymore... ;)

When I first played it all 6g were used. I left the game and came back and only 3G were used. This is also when I disabled Vsync in the RTR options menu. Basically removing Vsync in the game's display(I think) options menu fixed everything for me. And I never had a issue with screen tear. Is that because the global option took care of Vsync? No idea but it worked. Gained 10fps by disabling it.

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When I first played it all 6g were used. I left the game and came back and only 3G were used. This is also when I disabled Vsync in the RTR options menu. Basically removing Vsync in the game's display(I think) options menu fixed everything for me. And I never had a issue with screen tear. Is that because the global option took care of Vsync? No idea but it worked. Gained 10fps by disabling it.

 

If you have Vsync turned off (set to "let application decide") in NVCP global settings, then what ever you set, in game, will be what you get. I'm just not sure why some games run well and don't show much screen tearing at all (like PCars), while others (like AC Black Flag) screen tear like CRAZY when Vsync is off. Glad to hear this game isn't like Black Flag. Will try it out in a few minutes and see if that fixes the frame rate drops and Vram hogging issue.


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If you have Vsync turned off (set to "let application decide") in NVCP global settings, then what ever you set, in game, will be what you get. I'm just not sure why some games run well and don't show much screen tearing at all (like PCars), while others (like AC Black Flag) screen tear like CRAZY when Vsync is off. Glad to hear this game isn't like Black Flag. Will try it out in a few minutes and see if that fixes the frame rate drops and Vram hogging issue.

Yes, I use that setting in global so you're right.

Fallout 4 tears like a MF so yeah I'm with you on that. Until proven otherwise I'll simply commend the developer on a job well done.


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Well, here's the first video showing the, what I believe to be, broken version of the 9800gt. I made it just in case I would need it to compare it with the next 9800gt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPw1v3_AaJs

sorry for the engurish, not a native speaker

I believe there were a few problems with the other 9800gt such as artifacting, but I'm confident I can get that fixed quickly. Once that's done I'll record a video on that card immediately, again showing all settings.

You're really not looking good here

All youve provided is heresay and accusions against NVIDIA. You haven't provided a single but if evidence, contradict yourself several times, and on top of that, you post a video that you immediately removed.

What the hell, man?


 

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Holy mother of god when you switch into that "special vision" mode those stair look as ugly as can be, real playstation 1 quality there :o. Rest of the game/normal vision looks pretty cool though. It's nice to see that newer games with newer engines suffer a lot less from our problem... even as they still have those surfaces or those moments (like this special vision here) where it's still coming out and punching you in the face to do a reality check.

Have you tried with DSR (i see your're not using it in the vid)? That might make it better but i guess DSR on that game will be a lot "expensive" fps-wise to run unless you have a sli.

Anyway, clearly changing your AA ingame does nothing to modify or lessen the issue. Tried with NCP? Or Nvidia Inspector? If that doesn't work either i guess we can confirm AA is really broken on some surfaces for our pcs... which keeps sounding more and more like drivers are to blame here. Why are we not being able to get rid of this by formatting though? I'm losing my sleep over this...

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On 30.01.2016 at 6:39 AM, MarkFMB said:

Holy mother of god when you switch into that "special vision" mode those stair look as ugly as can be, real playstation 1 quality there :o. Rest of the game/normal vision looks pretty cool though. It's nice to see that newer games with newer engines suffer a lot less from our problem... even as they still have those surfaces or those moments (like this special vision here) where it's still coming out and punching you in the face to do a reality check.

Have you tried with DSR (i see your're not using it in the vid)? That might make it better but i guess DSR on that game will be a lot "expensive" fps-wise to run unless you have a sli.

Anyway, clearly changing your AA ingame does nothing to modify or lessen the issue. Tried with NCP? Or Nvidia Inspector? If that doesn't work either i guess we can confirm AA is really broken on some surfaces for our pcs... which keeps sounding more and more like drivers are to blame here. Why are we not being able to get rid of this by formatting though? I'm losing my sleep over this...

The fact that I have to this problem I have only used fxaa and this shit was not even close ... I think some bug with the drivers

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3 hours ago, Denisix said:

The fact that I have to this problem I have only used fxaa and this shit was not even close ... I think some bug with the drivers

Yeah, there's something not right with the AA settings in this game. Perhaps a patch or driver update will address the issue. 

I'm now running the game at 1440p DSR on high preset (pure hair on very high) and FXAA. Looks much better/sharper and still runs at 60fps. :)


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I didn't read any previous posts, but I've just recently bought a GTX 960 4GB (Coming from GTX 770 2GB) expecting something great, but I've just hit a wall of BlueScreens, Terrible Performance and Awfull Quality.

After about 2 weeks I'm unable to start a game, because it doesn't crash only itself, but also voice communication programs like discord/teamspeak. You cannot even press anything when it shows up for a split second:

 

There were also some random BlueScreens. Settings reseting itself. Short FPS drops. Disability to use OBS (QuickSync, NVENC), because of FPS drops above 100FPS. + Downgrading drivers makes the card work better... WTF? Are you serious? I bought a card that was supposed to be better, but instead I get crap...

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2 minutes ago, duzy_wonsz said:

I didn't read any previous posts, but I've just recently bought a GTX 960 4GB (Coming from GTX 770 2GB) expecting something great, but I've just hit a wall of BlueScreens, Terrible Performance and Awfull Quality.

After about 2 weeks I'm unable to start a game, because it doesn't crash only itself, but also voice communication programs like discord/teamspeak. You cannot even press anything when it shows up for a split second:

 

There were also some random BlueScreens. Settings reseting itself. Short FPS drops. Disability to use OBS (QuickSync, NVENC), because of FPS drops above 100FPS. + Downgrading drivers makes the card work better... WTF? Are you serious? I bought a card that was supposed to be better, but instead I get crap...

2 things to try:

#1 Download and run a program called DDU to remove all current and previous Nvidia drivers. Then re-install the latest drivers and try again. 

#2 Go into steam library, right-click on track mania > properties > local files > verify integrity of local game cache. Let it do it's thing and then try again. 

Try it in that order. Let us know if this fixed the issue. This isn't really related to the problems being discussed in this thread, but that is where I would start to try and fix those problems. 

Also, you mentioned using OBS? Try using Shadowplay instead. On my system it has almost zero performance hit when recording. ;)


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@MEC-777
#1 Done twice already
#2 Done already

Shadowplay offers lower quality than what I used to get with OBS + QuickSync.

+Just so you know, I know what I'm doing. I have both IT and Electronics speciality. I know I have made a terrible deal buying this GTX 960...


Well Nevermind... Now none want to start and have the same issue... WTF?!

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1 minute ago, duzy_wonsz said:

@MEC-777
#1 Done twice already
#2 Done already

 

Shadowplay offers lower quality than what I used to get with OBS + QuickSync.

You tried Shadowplay using it's highest quality setting? Because when I do, it looks pretty good, IMO. 

Problem with OBS is the performance hit. Sure you can get better quality, but it hammers your system in doing so. 


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Just now, duzy_wonsz said:

@MEC-777

QuickSync has no performance hit what so ever. Not even 1 FPS less. While also looking way better than Shadowplay.
But it used to work on my 770. While now it makes games unplayable.

Now sure what to tell you. Have you tried shadowplay? Just to see if it works?


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RUSTIC PC: FX-8350 @4.6GHz // Deepcool Gammaxx 400 // MSI 970 Gaming // AData 2x 4GB DDR3 @1600MHz // Gigabyte RX 570 Gaming 4G // Samsung 840 120GB SSD + 2x 1TB Seagate 7200 HDDs // Cooler Master V650 PSU // Vintage wooden crate enclosure // Windows 10 // Thrustmaster TMX + G27 pedals & shifter // Build Log

HTPC:

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SNES PC (HTPC): i3-4150 @3.5 // Gigabyte GA-H87N-Wifi // G.Skill 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 // Asus Dual GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC // AData SP600 128GB SSD // Pico 160XT PSU // Custom SNES Enclosure // 55" LG LED 1080p TV  // Logitech wireless touchpad-keyboard // Linux Mint 19 // Build Log

Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Acer E5-772G-59VG // 17.3" 1600x900 // i5-5200U 2.2GHz Dual-Core HT // Geforce 940m 2GB // 2x4GB DDR3L 1600 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Manjaro KDE

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon

 

PORTABLE: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

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Home NAS: Pentium G4400 @3.3 // Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 // Corsair 1x 4GB DDR4 2400 // Intel HD Graphics // Kingston A400 120GB SSD // 3x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 HDDs in RAID-Z // Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w PSU // Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG // FreeNAS OS

 

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