Pardon me while I brush off the cobwebs as I haven't posted on Simviation in quite awhile.
A couple of weeks ago I replaced an old 128MB video card that went bad on my mom's computer and replaced it with a EVGA 210 video card. While I still haven't built a computer for myself, I uploaded FS2004 on this computer so that I can start making ai flight plans with airline flight times I've created on Excel over the past couple of months.
Since this is my first Nvidia video card, I've been using the Nvidia Control panel and going through the program settings.
My only problem is seeing the dreaded jaggies on the plane
I don't expect using this card for FS2004 permanently, but I would like to gain some experience in using the Nvidia control panel when I built a PC with a Nvidia video card. Right now I want to use it to plan ai flights for my own ai traffic.
The one thing I'm pleased with is tweaking the fs9.cfg file. I keep an updated copy of it on an external hard drive.
DirectX 9.0c installed
Hardware rendering options: Antialising (Not ticked)
Hardware: Filtering: Trilinear
Adjust Image Settings with Preview: Use the advanced 3D images setting
Video Card Settings:
Ansiotropic Filtering: 8X
Ansiotropic FXAA: OFF
Ansiotropic Gamma Correction: ON
Ansiotropic Mode: Enhance the application setting
Ansiotropic Setting: 4X
Ansiotropic Transparency: OFF
CUDA-GPU: Use Global Setting (All)
Extension Limit: OFF
Maximum pre-rendered frames: 1
Multi-Display / Mixed – GPU acceleration: Single Display performance mode
Texture filtering – Anisotropic sample option: ON
Texture filtering – Negative LOD Bias: CLAMP
Texture filtering – Quality: Quality
Texture filtering – Trilinear optimization: ON
Threaded optimization: ON
Triple Buffering: ON
Vertical sync: ON
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.