Battlefield 3 FXAA with GTX680 and 301.10 driver howto enable FXAA?
I have a GTX 680 with 301.10 driver under windows 7 x64 SP1.

How do you enable FXAA for Battlefield 3? It's greyed out in NVCP if i choose Battlefield 3.
Do you enable it globaly in NVCP?

If I enable it globaly i should probably disable it when I'm not gaming? Or else it can impact quality during video playback and normal desktop usage?

Thx in advance for any answers you can give me :)
I have a GTX 680 with 301.10 driver under windows 7 x64 SP1.



How do you enable FXAA for Battlefield 3? It's greyed out in NVCP if i choose Battlefield 3.

Do you enable it globaly in NVCP?



If I enable it globaly i should probably disable it when I'm not gaming? Or else it can impact quality during video playback and normal desktop usage?



Thx in advance for any answers you can give me :)

#1
Posted 04/01/2012 10:27 AM   
I have it globally enabled, didn't have any impact during video playback yet.
I have it globally enabled, didn't have any impact during video playback yet.

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#2
Posted 04/02/2012 12:45 PM   
I tried it too but bf3 don't support this ;-/. We need to wait.
I tried it too but bf3 don't support this ;-/. We need to wait.

#3
Posted 04/10/2012 11:09 AM   
BF3 already uses FXAA, it's listed as 'Antialiasing Post' in the video settings. That's why the option is greyed out in NVCP.

Nvidia quote from the latest driver: [i]"This feature is disabled for games that already have built-in support for FXAA."[/i]
BF3 already uses FXAA, it's listed as 'Antialiasing Post' in the video settings. That's why the option is greyed out in NVCP.



Nvidia quote from the latest driver: "This feature is disabled for games that already have built-in support for FXAA."

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#4
Posted 04/10/2012 01:46 PM   
[quote name='Drummerjed' date='10 April 2012 - 02:46 PM' timestamp='1334065574' post='1394259']
BF3 already uses FXAA, it's listed as 'Antialiasing Post' in the video settings. That's why the option is greyed out in NVCP.

Nvidia quote from the latest driver: [i]"This feature is disabled for games that already have built-in support for FXAA."[/i]
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Correct /wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
[quote name='Drummerjed' date='10 April 2012 - 02:46 PM' timestamp='1334065574' post='1394259']

BF3 already uses FXAA, it's listed as 'Antialiasing Post' in the video settings. That's why the option is greyed out in NVCP.



Nvidia quote from the latest driver: "This feature is disabled for games that already have built-in support for FXAA."





Correct /wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />

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#5
Posted 04/11/2012 05:55 PM   
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