AA Settings in my GFX card

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Michael Thomas (SteveT) Chief Captain


How do I set my AA settings in my GFX card to 4x or higher?


Thanks 😉

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Depending on your make of card,you should have a icon in your task try for your GFX settings or in the Control panel of windows
Look for performance & quality settings and you should find the adjustments there

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Michael Thomas (SteveT) Chief Captain

I have been looking around and I can't find the proper settings to change the AA.

Take a look:

Any ideas?


Hi SteveT 😉 what graphics card do you have ?
Just incase you have NVIDIA, go to your desktop and right click, then left click on NVIDIA Display, that will bring up display settings etc.

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

Maybe because its integrated, the setting doesn't exist Dont Know

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Michael Thomas (SteveT) Chief Captain

Possibly Jon - I'm not too good with GFX cards.

My card was in the system when I bought it.

It is a Mobile IntelĀ® 915GM/GMS/PM and 910GML Express Chipset.

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kianok First Officer

Try this ➡

Right click on desktop
Select properties - settings - advanced

Do you see a tab market 3D or similar?

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