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    Quote Originally Posted by vagrant
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    I'd rather jaggies than fuzzies........

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    Quote Originally Posted by muftak78
    I'd rather jaggies than fuzzies........
    My thoughts exactly.

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    As far as I know, the ATi GPU in the Wii is similar to the one used in their Radeon series of cards, and all but the *very* early ones have an anti-aliasing feature.

    Of course, if you turn AA on then you take a performance hit due to the increased rendering time needed for each frame, so I guess it's down to the people writing the games if they use AA or not.

    *AA (anti aliasing) is an effect where a "jaggie" is smoothed by colouring surrounding pixels with an average colour of the pixels either side of it. It really does work, we've had it for years in PC gaming, but it has teh downside of making the overall image a touch less sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goots
    As far as I know, the ATi GPU in the Wii is similar to the one used in their Radeon series of cards, and all but the *very* early ones have an anti-aliasing feature.

    Of course, if you turn AA on then you take a performance hit due to the increased rendering time needed for each frame, so I guess it's down to the people writing the games if they use AA or not.

    *AA (anti aliasing) is an effect where a "jaggie" is smoothed by colouring surrounding pixels with an average colour of the pixels either side of it. It really does work, we've had it for years in PC gaming, but it has teh downside of making the overall image a touch less sharp.
    my X1900XT knows all about AA

    I think it's great and prefer it deeply but apparently games will be needing a lot of optimizing before they can use it


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