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Old 12th December 2006, 21:18   #1
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Default NVIDIA G80: Image Quality Analysis

With every new hardware generation comes an expectation of better image quality and more performance, and with G80 NVIDIA deliver that in pretty big spades. Outwardly the hardware is capable of all the big feature checkboxes, such as "HDR+AA" and very high quality filtering. Digging deeper you find true 8x multisample AA, coverage sample AA, filtering of data in non-linear colour spaces and more.

Our NVIDIA G80 Architecture and GPU Analysis hinted at what's possible from a filtering and antialiasing point of view, and it's here that we'll flesh it out a bit further

http://www.beyond3d.com/reviews/nvid...index.php?p=01
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