We’ll be using a scene from Far Cry to test the Anti-Aliasing settings of
the X800 Pro.

No AA / 16X AF

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2X AA / 16X AF

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4X AA / 16X AF

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6X AA / 16X AF

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The jump in image quality from No AA to 2X AA was significant, as was the
jump from 2X to 4X AA, but the visual difference between 4X and 6X AA was very
small and almost unnoticeable.