Very few Anti Aliasing options
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Hello, I got me a new GTX 750 Ti and newest driver 334.89 some days ago and I noticed I'm missing a lot of Anti Aliasing options. Before that I had a GTX 650 with the previous driver and up to 32x CSAA. I may have forgotten to uninstall the old driver prior to installing the new GTX 750 Ti. Could that be the problem? I'm using Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit I made a screenshot [img]http://abload.de/img/clipboard01dps5v.png[/img] Is that normal for the new 334.89 driver?
Hello, I got me a new GTX 750 Ti and newest driver 334.89 some days ago and I noticed I'm missing a lot of Anti Aliasing options. Before that I had a GTX 650 with the previous driver and up to 32x CSAA. I may have forgotten to uninstall the old driver prior to installing the new GTX 750 Ti. Could that be the problem? I'm using Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit

I made a screenshot
Image

Is that normal for the new 334.89 driver?

#1
Posted 03/01/2014 02:25 PM   
thats not normal infact you are seeing antialiasing modes that should not be exposed to the user (the xS mode)
thats not normal

infact you are seeing antialiasing modes that should not be exposed to the user (the xS mode)







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#2
Posted 03/01/2014 11:33 PM   
Installed the new 335.23 driver but still have the problem, please help!
Installed the new 335.23 driver but still have the problem, please help!

#3
Posted 03/12/2014 09:01 PM   
I have now used Display Driver Uninstaller 12.5 but I still have the problem. Or has the GTX 750 Ti really just 3 Modes to select from? DDU showed that the old GTX 650 and the old 322.xx driver was still installed beside the GTX 750 Ti. I don't get it, DDU should have cleaned everything.
I have now used Display Driver Uninstaller 12.5 but I still have the problem. Or has the GTX 750 Ti really just 3 Modes to select from?
DDU showed that the old GTX 650 and the old 322.xx driver was still installed beside the GTX 750 Ti.
I don't get it, DDU should have cleaned everything.

#4
Posted 03/12/2014 10:01 PM   
Let me ask and I'll get back to you
Let me ask and I'll get back to you

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#5
Posted 03/12/2014 10:47 PM   
Can you post a screenshot from GPU-Z of your board just to make sure I have QA investigate the correct sku? THanks.
Can you post a screenshot from GPU-Z of your board just to make sure I have QA investigate the correct sku? THanks.

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#6
Posted 03/12/2014 10:51 PM   
Yeah those should only be showing up for 3rd party utillities like Nvidia Inspector. How strange
Yeah those should only be showing up for 3rd party utillities like Nvidia Inspector. How strange

#7
Posted 03/13/2014 12:31 AM   
Hi, here's the screen [img]http://abload.de/img/gpu-z88r0u.png[/img]
Hi, here's the screen

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#8
Posted 03/13/2014 02:23 AM   
I verified with our software team and indeed CSAA has been removed from Maxwell GPUs. Any mixed GPU systems that have both a Maxwell and an older NVIDIA GPU (i.e. Kepler) will also not display CSAA modes.
I verified with our software team and indeed CSAA has been removed from Maxwell GPUs. Any mixed GPU systems that have both a Maxwell and an older NVIDIA GPU (i.e. Kepler) will also not display CSAA modes.

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#9
Posted 03/13/2014 11:10 AM   
And the reason CSAA has been removed from Maxwell GPUs is...?
And the reason CSAA has been removed from Maxwell GPUs is...?

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#10
Posted 03/13/2014 01:00 PM   
Well that is quite shocking but also a relief. :-D Can you tell me if the number of available options (2x, 4x and 8xS) is normal too?
Well that is quite shocking but also a relief. :-D Can you tell me if the number of available options (2x, 4x and 8xS) is normal too?

#11
Posted 03/13/2014 02:08 PM   
Yeah, you know CSAA missing is NOT a big deal. It has nearly no benefit. 8xS is a hybrid sampling mode, combining 1x2 OGSSAA and 4xMSAA. (So if 1920x1080 , 8xS = 1920x2160 + 4xMSAA then sampled back down to 1920x1080)
Yeah, you know CSAA missing is NOT a big deal. It has nearly no benefit.

8xS is a hybrid sampling mode, combining 1x2 OGSSAA and 4xMSAA. (So if 1920x1080 , 8xS = 1920x2160 + 4xMSAA then sampled back down to 1920x1080)

#12
Posted 03/16/2014 01:17 AM   
[quote="ManuelG"]Any mixed GPU systems that have both a Maxwell and an older NVIDIA GPU (i.e. Kepler) will also not display CSAA modes. [/quote] FIX IT. Some people will want to use a 680/780 and a 750 as physx and denying them the use of features of the older card is complete BS.
ManuelG said:Any mixed GPU systems that have both a Maxwell and an older NVIDIA GPU (i.e. Kepler) will also not display CSAA modes.


FIX IT.

Some people will want to use a 680/780 and a 750 as physx and denying them the use of features of the older card is complete BS.







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#13
Posted 03/19/2014 03:03 PM   
[quote="BONKERS"]Yeah, you know CSAA missing is NOT a big deal. It has nearly no benefit. 8xS is a hybrid sampling mode, combining 1x2 OGSSAA and 4xMSAA. (So if 1920x1080 , 8xS = 1920x2160 + 4xMSAA then sampled back down to 1920x1080)[/quote] Which is actually not compatible with a great number of games because it breaks lighting and shaders.......
BONKERS said:Yeah, you know CSAA missing is NOT a big deal. It has nearly no benefit.

8xS is a hybrid sampling mode, combining 1x2 OGSSAA and 4xMSAA. (So if 1920x1080 , 8xS = 1920x2160 + 4xMSAA then sampled back down to 1920x1080)


Which is actually not compatible with a great number of games because it breaks lighting and shaders.......







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#14
Posted 03/19/2014 03:10 PM   
What was the reason for CSAA being removed? Incompatibility with the Maxwell tech or did the driver team consider CSAA unnecessary and unnoticeable in effects?
What was the reason for CSAA being removed? Incompatibility with the Maxwell tech or did the driver team consider CSAA unnecessary and unnoticeable in effects?

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#15
Posted 03/19/2014 03:37 PM   
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