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Hi,

Interesting information, thank you.
Your welcome .)
and ofcourse image compresion made the edges worse. It's much more smooth in game. Print screen > paint uses 1xAA. There's 32x in game .)
Shouldn't you write which gfx cards you're using with these settings ect?

else its kinda vague?
hey emmm... i'm not really that much into hardware stuff or anything. but I think have an SLI thingy. what exactly am I gaining with this? and it's in the 3D settings? what am I missing
and does it affect my FPS allot or?

ty in advance
to Wriggz: I'am running it with 2x 8800GT's 512MB OC'ed 600/1500/1700 to 763/1860/2062
core 2 Quad OC'ed to 3405 MHz ( northrbridge on 1817MHz ) and DDR II OC'ed to 1073 MHz 5 7 7 18 latency so the bandwith is huge. With non so hardcore oc'ed PC you should be fine with 2x 285 ; 2x 460 ; 2x 470 etc. and probably core i7 or one of those fastest i5's. DDR III on 1600 MHz should be fine. Probably you will have to raise memory MHz a bit, but with Nvidia's it's a software thingy, so it's not against the warranty. So the key point is bandwith of your memory on graphic cards.

to Tasydan: SLI is when you have 2 or more graphic cards, or one with 2 cores. These settings improves image quality a lot compared to just Ultra setting in game. It's good only if you have really powerfull PC and want to utilize all it's power. And it's not gonna drop FPS that much.
to Wriggz: I'am running it with 2x 8800GT's 512MB OC'ed 600/1500/1700 to 763/1860/2062
core 2 Quad OC'ed to 3405 MHz ( northrbridge on 1817MHz ) and DDR II OC'ed to 1073 MHz 5 7 7 18 latency so the bandwith is huge. With non so hardcore oc'ed PC you should be fine with 2x 285 ; 2x 460 ; 2x 470 etc. and probably core i7 or one of those fastest i5's. DDR III on 1600 MHz should be fine. Probably you will have to raise memory MHz a bit, but with Nvidia's it's a software thingy, so it's not against the warranty. So the key point is bandwith of your memory on graphic cards.
to Tasydan: SLI is when you have 2 or more graphic cards, or one with 2 cores. These settings improves image quality a lot compared to just Ultra setting in game. It's good just if you have really powerfull PC and want to utilize all it's power. And it's not gonna drop FPS that much.
Hi, I'm getting a nice deal to buy a GTX560 Ti, and my question is:
Will this graphics card allow to me to play WoW at ultra setting, using the 1920x1080 type of resolution? If so, is there a lower level card that can offer the same with a cheaper price?

Also I'd really appreciate it if you list me Nvidia only graphics cards.

Thanks in advance
Hi Blanak,
GTX 460 1GB is good enough for 1920x1080 ultra; 8xAA and 16xAF according to

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/world-of-warcraft-cataclysm-directx-11-performance,2793-5.html
Hi Blanak,
GTX 460 1GB is good enough for 1920x1080 ultra; 8xAA and 16xAF according to

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/world-of-warcraft-cataclysm-directx-11-performance,2793-5.html


Thank you very much for the provided link. I'm considering getting the GTX 560Ti then.

Much appreciated.

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