Help please.
Can anyone share some pics showing different image qualities of each native like 1xNative and 2xNative and so on please,thank you.

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Please answer.
Just boot up one of your games and see for yourself even if you get slow fps you can still the quality
CPU: Core i7 3610QM 2.30GHz (Turbo up to 3.10GHz)
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670m 3gb
RAM: 16gb ddr3
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I went ahead and did it... Lol @ my FPS dropping in each scene due to the limits of the iGPU on this thing Tongue

Native res:
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2x Native:
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3x Native:
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4x Native:
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As you can see, increasing the native res acts as sort of a natural anti-aliasing technique. Look at the gun and the fence carefully -- the jaggies mostly end up eliminated or minimized. But my FPS also took a big hit because the iGPU of this APU isn't really suited for such a strong task (I can't wait til I get a new discreet GPU soon lol). People with modern GPU's can usually play at 3 or 4x native with no issues, going above that is pointless since it's just extra stress on your GPU at that point.

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