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|7th March 2006, 17:56||#1|
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Image Quality on the Radeon X1900 Series
It's been a long time coming, but the next generation chipset from ATI is finally here. Obviously, we meant the Radeon X1900 and not the Radeon X1800. With its abundant number of pixel shaders, this card should be more than enough for new games availaible today and coming this year Why? Well, isn't obvious. It offers more than high enough frame rates for comfortable fluid gaming, even with demanding titles such as F.E.A.R and Quake 4. There's virtually very minimal performance lost with AA and AF, unlike the GeForce 7800GTX. So, even with newer games that's shader oriented, you shouldn't experience more than minimal lost of frame rate with the Radeon X1900 XTX.
Even more intriguing is the option to enable High Quality AF without any performance hit. Those who want better visuals and is still comfortable with 1024 x 768 can opt to enable 6x AA. While it did come with a minimal penalty, the frame rates should be high enough. For those who want more, either higher resolution and / or higher levels of AA, there's always Crossfire. But that's another article.
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