quote: I've never cared about AA. I turn it off on PC, as I'd always like higher resolutions or other effects-would have to be hitting well over 60FPS with everything maxed out on PC before I'd turn on AA.
quote: So now... does this mean that MS will rush to promote the next Xbox before FEB 20?
quote: but i think it will take the PC less time to catch up to console graphics than when the PS3 launched. the easy porting between the two platforms will mean that PC users will get an equal graphics experience right from the start, and then in two years the PS4 will be left in the dust...
quote: by FITCamaro on February 1, 2013 at 12:29 PM Even with older, less powerful hardware, being able to perfectly optimize to a platform and a set of hardware is good for at least a 20-30% boost in performance vs that hardware in a Windows or Linux based PC.
quote: This is also assuming you're not comparing yourself to the PC high end.
quote: When the 360/PS3 come out they could easily match a high end PC graphically, even though PC hardware was technically more powerful.
quote: A better comparison is that a 2006 PC would be able to pump out WAY better graphics than the PS3 released the same year.
quote: They really are a bunch of dumb stupid idiots.
quote: that was a big part of why I got a PS3 over Xbox 360...