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Join Date: Jun 2012
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# 6
12-25-2012, 02:08 PM
Look for a driver from the chipset manufacturer, default board drivers or Windows drivers rarely let you fine tune video card settings and if anti aliasing and filtering are set too low it will look terrible, if the video is using shared memory, check in your BIOS to see if you can change how much memory is set aside for video, if it can be changed set it as high as you can get.
Try running the game in Windowed Maximized rather than Fullscreen, I use windowed maximized because I have dual monitors and hate tabbing but I have noticed a better image than what I get with fullscreen.