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Fastlane247

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What are the best settings to have the sapphire 9800 pro set to for gaming... like AA and AF and all that stuff... i have everything cranked right now and it seems to play unreal tournament fine at 1280x1080 ( i think that is right) but some maps i get like 20-30 fps .... i figured the 9800pro could perform alot better then that with everything cranked but does that sound about right on it...
 
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In the advanced properties under display you have options to set the card for different performance vs quality settings.
 

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ya i know about all the settings i am just wondering what the best way to set it would be... like is cranking it up a good idea.... or will that lag the game
 
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The AA and AF will be hitting it in some of the more complex rendered screens, try turning them down a bit.
 

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hey i think i have the smae card as you does your card have 256 mb ram to ?? i have Radeon 9800 pro 256 mb Saphire technology LTD .. in BF 1942 i usualy run it on 4X AA and 2x AF and it runs with 99 Fps on BFV i run it on 2X AA and i usualy get high FPS (Af isnt working in BFV)
 

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i have the 128mb one but why would you have them turned so low if you are getting 99fps... you have alot to play with there i am going to try it later with 8xaf and 4xaa and see how that goes.... it seems to perform really good with everything cranked on it even but 30fps is going alittle low...
 
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