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Need help with the NVIDIA Control Pannel

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by jueanderson, 31 May 2010.

  1. jueanderson


    Joined: 27 May 2010

    Posts: 2

    Currently Im looking to get the best performance and at the same time graphics out of my system for gaming. I was wondering if anyone could give me some insight on the setting on the control pannel to help me do this

    My system is:

    BFG GTX 295
    2.80 Ghz Proccessor
    4GB RAM

    Here are the settings that I currently have on:

    Ambient Occlusion > Off
    Anistropic Filtering > Application-Controlled
    Antialiasing Gamma Correction > On
    Antialiasing Mode > Application Controlled
    Antialiasing Setting > Application Controlled
    Antialiasing Transparency > off
    Extension Limit > off
    Maximum Pre render frames > 3
    Multi-GPU Performance Mode > Nvidia recommended
    Multi-display/mixed GPU Acceleration > Multiple display performance mode
    Power Management Mode > Prefer maximum performance
    Texture filtering Anistropic Sample > On
    Texture Filtering negative LOD bias > Allow
    Texture Filtering Qualilty > Qualilty
    Texture Filtering Trilinear optimization > On
    Threaded Optimazation > Auto
    Triple Buffering > On
    Verticle Sync > Use the 3D Application setting
  2. Rroff

    Man of Honour

    Joined: 13 Oct 2006

    Posts: 75,461

    I usually use:

    Antialiasing Gamma Correction: Off (bigger performance hit, don't really notice the difference usually unless you study screenshots)

    Antialiasing Transparency: Multisample (minor performance hit but looks much nicer)

    Maximum Pre render frames: 1 (Doesn't make much odds but I find this works pretty well with most games and very minor increase in responsiveness - 3 is generally fine tho)

    Multi-display/mixed GPU Acceleration: Single display performance mode

    Other than that pretty much as you have them.
  3. jueanderson


    Joined: 27 May 2010

    Posts: 2

    Thank you.