Nvidia Volta 880

At this rate, i don't think even Maxwell 880 could max out Crysis 3 with 60 fps on a 1080p but how about the Volta 880? would the Volta 880 be able to max out Crysis 3 on a 1080 monitor with 60 fps+? If not even Volta what about the GTX Leviathan 880?
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  1. lol this is usefull.... speculating about gpus no one knows nothing about...
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  3. Kari said:


    That's 4x AA, man, meaning your GPU is actually rendering a resolution of 3820x2160. Turn off AA, or at least lower it. It's very unnecessary at 1920x1080 for a lot of games.
  4. Deus Gladiorum said:
    Kari said:


    That's 4x AA, man, meaning your GPU is actually rendering a resolution of 3820x2160. Turn off AA, or at least lower it. It's very unnecessary at 1920x1080 for a lot of games.


    you're thinking of supersampling
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supersampling
    normal anti-aliasing (multisampling) doesnt work quite like that
  5. Kari said:
    Deus Gladiorum said:
    Kari said:


    That's 4x AA, man, meaning your GPU is actually rendering a resolution of 3820x2160. Turn off AA, or at least lower it. It's very unnecessary at 1920x1080 for a lot of games.


    you're thinking of supersampling
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supersampling
    normal anti-aliasing (multisampling) doesnt work quite like that


    Oh you're right. Crysis 3 uses MSAA, but they don't specify in the benchmark, so whenever that occurs I just assume they're referring to SSAA. Thanks for letting me know. Damn, even without any MSAA Crysis 3 is a killer.

    By the way, SSAA is actually more "normal" than MSAA, as it predates MSAA, but MSAA is a newer, more advanced, and less hardware intensive method of anti-aliasing, but it doesn't look quite as good as SSAA.
  6. Deus Gladiorum said:

    By the way, SSAA is actually more "normal" than MSAA, as it predates MSAA, but MSAA is a newer, more advanced, and less hardware intensive method of anti-aliasing, but it doesn't look quite as good as SSAA.

    I read that on the wiki when searching the link :D
    I somehow thought supersampling was newer method. Maybe because it has made sort of comeback when processing power has increased in recent years...
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