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Rendering Filters difference


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deathtoal2

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Hi guys,

I am playing operation 7 and configuring it. But im confused which filter could give me better FPS; or lower graphics setting.

Aeolotropy or Tri-Curve Type filtering.
Which filter gives better graphics.
And which filter gives better FPS to reduce my lag.

I need to know the difference so I can reduce my game lag.

Please explain your reasoning to which filter performs better and which gives better graphics.
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Aeolotropy and tri-curve filtering seem to be unusual names for what are normally referred to as anisotropic filtering and trilinear filtering, respectively. Anisotropic filtering will give better graphic detail (Example. Left is trilinear filtering and right is anisotropic filtering), and modern graphics cards can apply anisotropic filtering with next to no performance hit so you should probably stick with the "aeolotropy" option.
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OK. Thanks for your help.

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