HOW TO: Adjust AA/AF Settings with an nVidia Graphics Card
Antistropic Filtering or AF enhances the quality of textures on viewed surfaces that are at an oblique angle to the camera. When rendering detail at these angles, Antistropic Filtering reduces blur and preserves detail. These settings can have a substantial impact on what you see on the screen especially in PC Games.
1. Open the nVidia control panel by right-clicking on the desktop and choosing nVidia Control Panel.
Note: If this option is not available, visit www.nvidia.com and download the latest drivers for your graphics card.
2. Ensure that the nVidia Control Panel display mode is on Advanced Settings.
3. Once set to Advanced Settings, choose "Manage 3D Settings" on the left, under the "3D Settings" category.
4. On the "Manage 3D Settings" screen, change the "Antistropic Filtering" to the desired setting.
5. Change the "Anti-aliasing – Mode" to "Override Any Application Setting".
6. Change the "Anti-aliasing – Setting" to the desired setting.
7.Click the Apply button at the bottom to save the settings.