Incredibly useful utility for users of nVidia Geforce 1 and 2 cards. It places two switches in your Windows toolbar, to toggle antialiasing (FSAA) in OpenGL and Direct3D apps respectively. This is useful, because it allows you to play, for instance, Quake 3 Arena with no framerate-hostile antialiasing, then with a single click switch up to super 2x2 antialiasing for Escape from Monkey Island (or any fairly old, visually simple game, such as Quake 2). Written by Guillermo Carbonell, and available from http://guru3d.com/geforceaa.

Flash Harrys with GeForce 3 based cards can laugh derisively, as their nifty quincunx antialiasing doesn't carry such a high computational overhead as to require a switch. But you can wipe the smiles of their faces by pointing out that Half-Life runs faster at low res on a budget Kyro II based card than on their uber-card. Mwah hah hah...

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