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#ActualNik02

Posted 28 December 2012 - 07:11 AM

ps_2_0 does not guarantee anisotropic filtering capability, but in practice most ps 2.0-capable cards are capable of at least one degree of anisotropic filtering. Do remember that the maximum anisotropy degree (effectively, the root number of sample taps) is still variable, so you should check it anyway. Some drivers disable anisotropic filtering if you set the degree too high for the hardware, and this would cause visual quality issues.

#2Nik02

Posted 28 December 2012 - 07:10 AM

ps_2_0 does not guarantee anisotropic filtering capability, but in practice most ps 2.0-capable cards are capable of at least one degree of anisotropic filtering. Do remember that the maximum anisotropy degree (effectively, the root number of sample taps) is still variable, so you should check it anyway. Some drivers disable anisotropic filtering if you set the degree too high for the hardware, and this would cause visual quality issues.

#1Nik02

Posted 28 December 2012 - 07:10 AM

ps_2_0 does not guarantee anisotropic filtering capability, but in practice ps 2.0-capable cards are capable of at least one degree of anisotropic filtering. Do remember that the maximum anisotropy degree (effectively, the root number of sample taps) is still variable, so you should check it anyway. Some drivers disable anisotropic filtering if you set the degree too high for the hardware, and this would cause visual quality issues.


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