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V'Sal
Gallente
THE TIME LORDS
THE-FEDERATION
Posted - 2009.08.29 19:17:00 - [241]
 

TY!

Jobe Pheonix
Posted - 2009.09.14 12:10:00 - [242]
 

Has anyone gotten the new 190.62 Nvidia drivers to do AA in game? I have nHancer 2.5.3 Beta 2 version and it will not work with AA no matter what I try. I messed with the settings in Nvidia's CP, reset to default, uninstalled and re-installed the display drivers but the only way I can successfully get AA to work is by going back to the old 186.18 drivers. I eventually want to move up from that version.... Crying or Very sad

Remanent
Posted - 2009.09.14 20:32:00 - [243]
 

using 2x 260gtx's in sli, i got aa to work by deleting eve.exe from the profile in nhancer 2.5.3 beta, and also disabling shadows inside of eve online, and having HDR enabled. used the following settings in nhancer:

AA: 8xS,Gamma
AACompat: f0000045
AACompatDX10: f0000045
AF: 4x
SLI Mode - Hex Value: 2400005 (will show 4-way AFR)
Perf: HiQual
NegLOD: Clamp
MipMap:Tri
CPU:MultiCore
HDR:On

i'm cruisin along at about 200-250 fps in station, i haven't undocked yet, but no jagged edges in either full screen, or windowed mode at 1920x1200.

running windows xp 32bit on driver version 190.68

Jobe Pheonix
Posted - 2009.09.14 23:33:00 - [244]
 

Remanent,

Could you tell me what executable you are using in nHancer after removing eve.exe? I think I removed that end left eve.exe to launch with and I'm not able to reset it. I re-installed the program but I'm still left with only eve.exe.

Thanks in advance!

Dr BattleSmith
PAX Interstellar Services
Posted - 2009.10.22 02:47:00 - [245]
 

Default nVidia profile for Eve renders random textures for multiple clients in windowed mode, while AA isn't enabled.

Quote:

* nVidia Control Panel doesn't contain all the settings you need nHancer.
* Something has changed in how nVidia and nHancer do things, changes can't be seen in real-time, you need to restart Eve after each change.
* It seems the nHancer manual profile selection is broken.
* I use EveLauncher and it needs to be specified when not manually selecting the profile.
* Oh and of course, the default profile loaded by nVidia is complete garbage.



http://www.eveonline.com/ingameboard.asp?a=topic&threadID=1200798


Hull Blaster
Gallente
Missions Mining and Mayhem
Cult of War
Posted - 2009.10.22 08:41:00 - [246]
 

Has there been a fix for multisampling in EVE yet? When apoc came out multisampling gave you nasty white blobs on asteroids etc, using supersampling atm which sucks as my fps is a lot lower than when using multisampling.

On another note, I'm using EVE in window mode. Two clients on two screens, but even though vsync is on in nhancer, and interval set to 1 in eve... I get tearing which looks ugly :(. Any help on that would be great!

Cheers.

YaSiS
Caldari
The Tetragrammaton.
Posted - 2009.12.02 19:59:00 - [247]
 

i cant get it to work with the latest Nvidia whQl driver 195.65 im tryin the last 2 days tried everything and its gettin me fustrated!
Eve should contact NVIDIA for a proper support for all Eve online Nvidia players.

Andrius Victor
Gallente
Agony Unleashed
Agony Empire
Posted - 2010.01.03 18:38:00 - [248]
 

EVE looks horrible with the latest drivers, 195.62 nvidia and 2.5.7 nhancer. Using Vista 32bit and a 260GTX. Jagged lines everywhere! Looks like something from Nintendo 8bit. Tried a ton of old profile settings and many from this forum. Nadda. Anyone have any luck?

Siigari Kitawa
Gallente
Perditus Peregrinus
Posted - 2010.01.04 08:51:00 - [249]
 

This is amazing. I just got a computer upgrade and this looks sweet as crap.

I now have an E6300 Dual Core processor and an EVGA 220 GT (it was a gift.)

This is what I get for that:

http://www.siigarikitawa.com/images/reallysexyimage.png

Thanks and all who followed!

Razin
The xDEATHx Squadron
Legion of xXDEATHXx
Posted - 2010.01.04 18:08:00 - [250]
 

YaSiS and Andrius Victor, downgrade to 186.18 to get FSAA in EVE. There are apparently some ways to get FSAA with 19X.X drivers, however the method does not seem to be reliable judging from posted experiences.

I'm getting good and reliable results with 186.18 (GTX260) and see no reason to upgrade to the newest drivers.

Shogrus
Posted - 2010.01.07 13:21:00 - [251]
 

I use 195.62 nvidia drivers with 285gtx. HDR+AA work for me fine only with supersampling 2x2 and 00000045 mode. But in huge fleet fights fps drop much.

Shani Mukantagara
Amarr
Fairlight Corp
Rooks and Kings
Posted - 2010.01.07 13:48:00 - [252]
 

I'm getting allot of performance issues since Dominion.

Processor: Core i7 920 8MB Cache Socket 1366 3.8 GHZ
Graphics Card 1: GeForce GTX 295 1792MB PCI Express 2.0 (zotac over-clocked)

GPU Clock 675 MHZ
Memory Clock 2100 MHZ
Shader Clock 1455 MHZ

Ram is not the best as I burned out 3 1600 sticks a few months ago.
8G 1100 MHZ DDR3

Latest gpu Driver

AA Multi x 4

When I start warp I get horrible lag, and my CPU usage shoots up, 3 FPS then the lag stops I get 300-400 until I land on the gate with effects on I get <40

With two clients I get even less than 40. turning HDR off improves the frame rate slightly but in a combat with 100 people the machine cant handle it, Same frame rate if I set everything to low.

Before Dominion I recorded the first fight (in the box) for this movie: http://www.eveonline.com/ingameboard.asp?a=topic&threadID=1203630

I was dual accounting and everything was running smooth, now I can't even start recording due to 3 fps when I hit FRAPS.

Full screen with 2 clients I get 30 Frame rate in fleet fighting with everything on , Windows mode in the same situation I get 10.

Katabrok First
Caldari
Apukaray Security
Posted - 2010.01.20 14:25:00 - [253]
 

I just installed the last NVidia drivers, and they list as one of the bugfixes that now they apply the custom AA settings on windowed mode. And it works! Just to let you know.

Btw, the drivers are version 196.21.


Andrius Victor
Gallente
Agony Unleashed
Agony Empire
Posted - 2010.02.01 22:07:00 - [254]
 

For those folks saying it worked, please post your settings. I tried rolling back, as mentioned, and a ton of different combos. EVE still looks like Missile Command on Atari.

Anubis Assassin
Caldari
SandStorm.
The Babylon Consortium
Posted - 2010.04.09 01:35:00 - [255]
 

Alright, I got it working for me.
Info:
9800GTX+ using 196.21 drivers and nHancer Version 2.5.7
Windows 7 Pro 64bit

Settings:
http://img149.imageshack.us/img149/6672/nhancersettings.gifPlease visit your user settings to enable images.

Alabugin
Posted - 2010.06.15 17:38:00 - [256]
 

Ok...Ive got it too work...WITHOUT HDR!!!
Im using an Nvidia GTX 260 SC
However, i could not get better image quality while using HDR. Note that HDR does very little for image quality...and is not worth it compared to AA.
My settings in Nhancer are:

AA: 32xS,TranspSS4
AF: 16x
SLI: AFR [0x02400001] (predefined)
Perf: HiQual

that simple. No compatibility mode at all. Just forcing AA
Done

Ovetganna
Posted - 2010.06.25 03:05:00 - [257]
 

Edited by: Ovetganna on 27/06/2010 08:38:31
Edited by: Ovetganna on 26/06/2010 06:58:58
Edited by: Ovetganna on 25/06/2010 03:07:56
i'm sorry for bothering you (and want to apologise for my bad english) but could you help me with nHancer settings to take effect?
i tried a lot (really a lot) different combinations - but nothing was able to help me get out that dammit "ladder".

nVidia GeForce 7600 GT 256Mb RAM driver ver. 6.14.11.9745 (03.04.2010)
last nHancer settings:

AA: 4x,Gamma,TranspMS
AACompat: 18 (i tried 5, 45, 200100c5 Oblivion and something else but it wasn't useful)
AF: 4x
SLI: AFR [0x02400001] (predefined)
Perf: Qual
AnisoFil+
MipMap:Tri
HDR:On

system: WIN XP SP3 home rus
i think using AA even without HDR will be better then i have now.
you're my last hope )

Daekov
Amarr
Posted - 2010.08.18 18:07:00 - [258]
 

Just a FYI note to nVidia users using drivers later than and including version 250.x, an updated version of nHancer (2.6.0) will be developed to work with the 250.x and later drivers. The current version of nHancer (at the time of writing this), which is 2.5.9 will not work with 250.x and later drivers. [Cited from http://forum.nhancer.com/showthread.php?t=1768]

So for all of you who want anti-aliasing enabled in Eve Online, please follow these instructions:
1. Download the GeForce SLI Profile Tool given @ http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=169861
2. Run the tool as Administrator.
3. Click the button labelled Export SLI profiles and remember where you saved the file
4. Open the file in Notepad
5. When the file is open in Notepad, press CTRL + F to bring up the Find dialog box
6. Type eve online and hit Find Next
7. The file should immediately scroll to the Eve Online profile entry. It should look something like
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
EndProfile

8. Copy and paste this string Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045 as an entry on the line before EndProfile. It should now look like this:
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045
EndProfile

9. Save the file
10. Run the GeForce SLI Profile Tool as Administrator, if it is not already running
11. Click the button Import SLI Profiles and import the text file you previously saved. The info window on the tool should say SUCCESS
12. Close the tool and open your nVidia Control Panel
13. Navigate to Manage 3D Settings, click on the Program Settings tab and select Eve Online as the program to customise
14. Set the Antialiasing Mode to Override application settings, and then set the other anti-aliasing options as desired
15. Apply the changes

And you're done. :) Anti-aliasing will now be applied ingame as you set it to in the nVidia control panel.

Thanks for reading and hope that helps/helped. :)

Robert Lefcourt
Posted - 2010.08.19 00:37:00 - [259]
 

Originally by: Daekov

And you're done. :) Anti-aliasing will now be applied ingame as you set it to in the nVidia control panel.


I tried, even double-checked if i was doing everything right, but it doesn't work for me. Are there any special settings in the nvidia control panel apart from AA mode/settings that i have to adjust?

It really looked much better before the new driver :-(

Daekov
Amarr
Posted - 2010.08.19 04:28:00 - [260]
 

Edited by: Daekov on 19/08/2010 04:35:45
Edited by: Daekov on 19/08/2010 04:31:59
Originally by: Robert Lefcourt
Originally by: Daekov

And you're done. :) Anti-aliasing will now be applied ingame as you set it to in the nVidia control panel.


I tried, even double-checked if i was doing everything right, but it doesn't work for me. Are there any special settings in the nvidia control panel apart from AA mode/settings that i have to adjust?

It really looked much better before the new driver :-(


Could you please attach:

1. A screenshot of the profiles text file, showing the entry for Eve Online
2. A screenshot of the changes you made to the anti-aliasing settings on the nVidia control panel, for Eve Online
3. The details of your graphics hardware

I know you've said you double-checked already, but please make sure that when you import the modified profile back into the driver settings, that there is no error in the operation.

Robert Lefcourt
Posted - 2010.08.19 11:24:00 - [261]
 

Originally by: Daekov
Edited by: Daekov on 19/08/2010 04:35:45

Could you please attach:

1. A screenshot of the profiles text file, showing the entry for Eve Online
2. A screenshot of the changes you made to the anti-aliasing settings on the nVidia control panel, for Eve Online
3. The details of your graphics hardware


Well alright, i did it all again an took some screens:

The Profile

The Settings

And some of my System details


then i could get a glimpse right before dt - still terrible stair effects.

appreciate your help

Zirse
Minmatar
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2010.08.26 18:20:00 - [262]
 

Originally by: Daekov
Just a FYI note to nVidia users using drivers later than and including version 250.x, an updated version of nHancer (2.6.0) will be developed to work with the 250.x and later drivers. The current version of nHancer (at the time of writing this), which is 2.5.9 will not work with 250.x and later drivers. [Cited from http://forum.nhancer.com/showthread.php?t=1768]

So for all of you who want anti-aliasing enabled in Eve Online, please follow these instructions:
1. Download the GeForce SLI Profile Tool given @ http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=169861
2. Run the tool as Administrator.
3. Click the button labelled Export SLI profiles and remember where you saved the file
4. Open the file in Notepad
5. When the file is open in Notepad, press CTRL + F to bring up the Find dialog box
6. Type eve online and hit Find Next
7. The file should immediately scroll to the Eve Online profile entry. It should look something like
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
EndProfile

8. Copy and paste this string Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045 as an entry on the line before EndProfile. It should now look like this:
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045
EndProfile

9. Save the file
10. Run the GeForce SLI Profile Tool as Administrator, if it is not already running
11. Click the button Import SLI Profiles and import the text file you previously saved. The info window on the tool should say SUCCESS
12. Close the tool and open your nVidia Control Panel
13. Navigate to Manage 3D Settings, click on the Program Settings tab and select Eve Online as the program to customise
14. Set the Antialiasing Mode to Override application settings, and then set the other anti-aliasing options as desired
15. Apply the changes

And you're done. :) Anti-aliasing will now be applied ingame as you set it to in the nVidia control panel.

Thanks for reading and hope that helps/helped. :)


Worked perfectly. Thanks. Very Happy

Mystic Dawn
ANZAC ALLIANCE
IT Alliance
Posted - 2010.08.27 17:10:00 - [263]
 

Originally by: Zirse
Originally by: Daekov
Just a FYI note to nVidia users using drivers later than and including version 250.x, an updated version of nHancer (2.6.0) will be developed to work with the 250.x and later drivers. The current version of nHancer (at the time of writing this), which is 2.5.9 will not work with 250.x and later drivers. [Cited from http://forum.nhancer.com/showthread.php?t=1768]

So for all of you who want anti-aliasing enabled in Eve Online, please follow these instructions:
1. Download the GeForce SLI Profile Tool given @ http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=169861
2. Run the tool as Administrator.
3. Click the button labelled Export SLI profiles and remember where you saved the file
4. Open the file in Notepad
5. When the file is open in Notepad, press CTRL + F to bring up the Find dialog box
6. Type eve online and hit Find Next
7. The file should immediately scroll to the Eve Online profile entry. It should look something like
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
EndProfile

8. Copy and paste this string Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045 as an entry on the line before EndProfile. It should now look like this:
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045
EndProfile

9. Save the file
10. Run the GeForce SLI Profile Tool as Administrator, if it is not already running
11. Click the button Import SLI Profiles and import the text file you previously saved. The info window on the tool should say SUCCESS
12. Close the tool and open your nVidia Control Panel
13. Navigate to Manage 3D Settings, click on the Program Settings tab and select Eve Online as the program to customise
14. Set the Antialiasing Mode to Override application settings, and then set the other anti-aliasing options as desired
15. Apply the changes

And you're done. :) Anti-aliasing will now be applied ingame as you set it to in the nVidia control panel.

Thanks for reading and hope that helps/helped. :)


Worked perfectly. Thanks. Very Happy


Yep same here thanks!

Tornicks
Caldari
The Green Cross
Controlled Chaos
Posted - 2010.08.30 04:50:00 - [264]
 

Edited by: Tornicks on 30/08/2010 04:50:35
I did as instructed, although still have lots of jagged lines in-game. Not sure if they have been reduced compared to pre-tuning, although I guess you eliminate it fully with this technique?

NVIDIA Profiles
NVIDIA Settings
System details

Estimated Prophet
Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe and Trading Company
EVE Trade Consortium
Posted - 2010.08.31 01:53:00 - [265]
 

Originally by: Tornicks
Edited by: Tornicks on 30/08/2010 04:50:35
I did as instructed, although still have lots of jagged lines in-game. Not sure if they have been reduced compared to pre-tuning, although I guess you eliminate it fully with this technique?


I still saw some jagged lines after enabling this, so I disabled it, and the difference was huge. If anyone is not sure if it's working or not, disable it and compare; you'll probably be surprised.

Aztlanar
Gallente
Salus Novus
Test Friends Please Ignore
Posted - 2010.08.31 08:12:00 - [266]
 

Edited by: Aztlanar on 31/08/2010 08:13:05
A few days ago i did a complete restore on all my computers, reinstalled eve, and aa worked beutifully for a few days, this morning noticed ships had tons of jaggys, did a complete restore again and didn't work this time. last thing i rember doing before jaggys was messing around with the star map. anyways the game really looked nice with aa, trying to get it enabled again. and this method did not work for me unfortunetly :-(

Akisawa
Caldari
Path Of The Cursed
Posted - 2010.09.09 17:28:00 - [267]
 

omg this is working
I worship you man, thanks alot

Razin
The xDEATHx Squadron
Legion of xXDEATHXx
Posted - 2010.10.31 22:46:00 - [268]
 

Edited by: Razin on 31/10/2010 23:01:15

Originally by: Daekov
Just a FYI note to nVidia users using drivers later than and including version 250.x, an updated version of nHancer (2.6.0) will be developed to work with the 250.x and later drivers. The current version of nHancer (at the time of writing this), which is 2.5.9 will not work with 250.x and later drivers. [Cited from http://forum.nhancer.com/showthread.php?t=1768]

So for all of you who want anti-aliasing enabled in Eve Online, please follow these instructions:
1. Download the GeForce SLI Profile Tool given @ http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=169861
2. Run the tool as Administrator.
3. Click the button labelled Export SLI profiles and remember where you saved the file
4. Open the file in Notepad
5. When the file is open in Notepad, press CTRL + F to bring up the Find dialog box
6. Type eve online and hit Find Next
7. The file should immediately scroll to the Eve Online profile entry. It should look something like
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
EndProfile

8. Copy and paste this string Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045 as an entry on the line before EndProfile. It should now look like this:
Quote:
Profile "Eve Online"
ShowOn GeForce
ProfileType Application
Executable "eve.exe"
Executable "exefile.exe"
Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000002
Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400001
Setting ID_0x00d55f7d = 0xf0000045
EndProfile

9. Save the file
10. Run the GeForce SLI Profile Tool as Administrator, if it is not already running
11. Click the button Import SLI Profiles and import the text file you previously saved. The info window on the tool should say SUCCESS
12. Close the tool and open your nVidia Control Panel
13. Navigate to Manage 3D Settings, click on the Program Settings tab and select Eve Online as the program to customise
14. Set the Antialiasing Mode to Override application settings, and then set the other anti-aliasing options as desired
15. Apply the changes

And you're done. :) Anti-aliasing will now be applied ingame as you set it to in the nVidia control panel.

Thanks for reading and hope that helps/helped. :)

Worked great for 260.99. Thank you very much!

Does anyone know if AF works in EVE and how much and where it makes a difference?

Archon GoesBoom
Posted - 2010.11.07 05:23:00 - [269]
 

Edited by: Archon GoesBoom on 07/11/2010 05:27:20
You sir just made my day. Above directions allow AA to work. YES!

EDIT: This needs to be a sticky.

Jack bubu
GK inc.
Pandemic Legion
Posted - 2010.11.07 10:36:00 - [270]
 

An easier method would be to use nvidiaInspector, works from the start.


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