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Is this artifacting in Unigine

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Derek12, Oct 11, 2012.

  1. Derek12

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    Unigine heaven 3.0

    Everything maxed out, stereo 3D disabled. 1280x1024 Nvidia GT 520

    Do anyone get those thin horizontal lines (circled) in those spots? image need to be zoomed in to see them

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    probably just some texture issues with the engine
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    I've had artifacts on Heaven but they don't look as innocent as that. I wouldn't worry. Usually it's more obvious in my experience at least, often with miscoloured pixels and/or really awful textures.
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    that looks like aliasing to an extent, with GCs having so many features now it might be a driver function that makes the textures less detailed but faster.
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    Thanks to all, I was testing it because yesterday I had a crash while browsing, monitor went all blue & lost signal, and I was wondering if this was some artifacting. I suppose the crash was a fluke as it's fine after many Unigine loops (or something else is going bad)...

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