View Poll Results: Has this thread helped or taught you more about the video options in MAT?

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Thread: MAT Video Settings Tutorial (And Performance Optimization)

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheUKarnage View Post
    thb im not trying to sound ignorant or anything but all you did was repeat " depending on your graphics card" . What im about to tell you will change your life. Lowest settings possible = more frame rates.
    I do that, i still get 60fps, why? oh right , reason explained in post!
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    but seriously though, what does the aelotropic function do exactly?

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    No one has tried correcting me so far.

    From what I See, all it does is it uses GPU power to help render the objects more smoothely.

    No one is sure here, we may need a dev's comment, but so far, it acts as anti-aliasing (from what i'm guessing.)

    Takes off the Jagged ends.
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    Great post Ive often wanted to know what some settings meant. I am new here Downloading the game now. Thanks for the post!

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    hey thanks a lot for those tutorials it really helps boost my performance.

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    Nice work keep it up xD
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    <P>Feel The Pain !!</P>

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    Properly improving system performance and FPS!.

    alternate tweaking methods and drivers for games and overall system performance.

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    This is great man! It helped (:

  9. #29

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    can you set a screen resolution for 1920x1080 in the game please?

  10. #30

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    My system, when put into full screen mode, shows only the center section of the actual monitor and the left portion of the "displayed screen" is cut off. The pointer will go past the "edge" of the displayed portion, but it is blank. I have updated my drivers and this is a new graphics card. I had the same problem with the old Graphics On board Adapter. I've tried a mixture of settings and it always does the same thing.

    Any Ideas???

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