GeForce FX Reviews Wrong?

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  1. David

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    Guys over at HARDOCP Have posted about the image quality on in game shots are totally wrong.

    "While we are still looking into this, it seems that the in-game screen shots posted on the Net yesterday showing off IQ produced by the GeForceFX 5800 Ultra are "wrong".

    There is no doubt that we criticized the GFFX for its AntiAliasing, and now it seems that we may have not had the proper evidence to base our conclusions on. The GeForceFX's technology applies filters that effect AntiAliasing and Anisotropic filtering after the frame has left the frame buffer. In short, this means that all of our screenshots do not accurately represent the true in-game visual quality that the GFFX can and will produce, as the screen shot were pulled from the frame buffer. We have come to conclusions about the GFFX IQ (Image Quality) that are simply wrong.

    While we cannot answer for other reviews of the GeForceFX it is very possible this is an issue with those articles as well, if they were in fact thorough enough to cover IQ."


    Interesting......... sounds kinda fishy IMO. Not doubting HardOCP`s reviewing skills, because Brent is very talented reviewer. All I can think to say is to be continued............
     

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