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    best settings for rad 9700

    ok last post u all said depends what settings ect but i need the exact settings cause i dont know what would be best i know vsync is a no no , but everything else is just at default

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    tweak it until you find an ideal compromise between performance and quality for each game

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    I just set the sliders in the drivers to "quality".
    I'm sure your card can handle it

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    tbh this is easy, even i can do it lol

    if your seriously asking us to tell you whats the best setting for the game you are playing then you at least need to tell us what it is.

    General rule higher the texture qaulity/ detail the slower thing will get tho not with your card

    with af and fsaa on it will go slower tho not much with your card

    cant go wrong really mate

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    Originally posted by steve threlfall
    cant go wrong really mate
    certainly cant!

    Another time to recommend, http://www.omegacorner.com/ati.htm I think
    Might want to try those out! they include a handy clocker tool as well

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    Whack on 16 sample aniso (8x with 16x on flat surfaces on ATI cards) and a FSAA setting you like, and forget setting anything else ever again really.

    Games deserve the texture filtering, pointless owning the card otherwise.

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