- Aug 5, 2013
In my testing, you want TAA "Medium" and the in-game sharpener maxed all the way up. TAA "High" might be worth trying.If I do this... do you also have the sharpening in the game itself maxed out? For performance I'm definitely sticking with TAA Medium with in game sharpener maxed.
If you turn down the in-game sharpener, distant objects will get blurred.
This is for 1080p.
Start with 30-50% on the Nvidia sharpener and tune to your liking.
I actually installed (and then uninstalled) GFE to test it, since the Control Panel sharpener wasn't working.I found big success in TAA with the sharpening filter enabled in the Nvidia overlay. Give it a try.
I've been playing at 4K DSR w/ 30fps lock. The game just looks too good.
I've flipped a lot of games from 1080p to 4K DSR and this one is by far the biggest improvement. I still think the TAA algo was designed for 4K, probably something to do with the Xbox One X and the PS4 Pro versions being at 4K. It's basically broken at 1080p.