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NVIDIA's new anti-aliasing technique, MFAA, is better on your GPU

MFAA, a new anti-aliasing technique unveiled by NVIDIA, renders like 4x MSAA, but has the performance hit of 2x MSAA
By: Anthony Garreffa | Video Cards News | Posted: Sep 19, 2014 3:00 am

NVIDIA Editor's Day 2014 - Another interesting technology unveiled by NVIDIA in Monterey Bay was MFAA, a new anti-aliasing technique that isn't as harsh on your hardware.

 

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MFAA stands for Multi-Frame Sampled AA, where NVIDIA finds more information inside of every pixel on your screen, anti-aliasing the scene much better. It has the performance hit of 2x MSAA, but the look of 4x MSAA, which will provide gamers with a better looking image, without the performance hit they're used to with traditional AA methods, like MSAA.

 

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