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Moshi

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I just got new pc:

MSI P35 NEO-F; 1333FSB, 4xDDR2 Dual Ch. (max. 8GB), PCIe16, SATA2, Sound 7.1, GigaLAN, ATX
Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66 GHz
Kingston DDR2 1x2GB PC5300 667Mhz
500GB Seagate 7.200 16MB SATA2
NEC AD-7173A
ATI RX1950PRO 256MB DDR3 PCI-E, TV, Dual DVI-I

and I keep getting this wierd shadow (probably) glitches in Oblivion and CoD 4. Notice the foreheads.

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I first played with the retail drivers that came on ATi CD then I installed the latest Cataclyst but still same problem. I play with everything on maximum including AA 4x. So how do I get rid of that?
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It could be your AA settings. I've checked your drivers and ATI did not report any known issues about either of those games. Try turing off your AA and see if that problem still exists.
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Just tried turning off AA, no effect. Tried forcing the AA through Cataclyst center, no luck. But it seems that only shadows have this problem. Everything else is anti-aliased.

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Edited by Moshi, 04 December 2007 - 06:43 AM.

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