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Thread: NVIDIA Anti-Aliasing Performance Under Linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty3268 View Post
    The point you are missing is that once pixels get too small to see with the naked eye, that aliasing is invisible.
    I am aware of this, but even at 1:1 pixel per retina cell you would still have visable aliazing and I doubth monitores will be pushing for any thing higher as any advantage to doing so could be achived by using anti-aliasing in software. I any case retena cells and pixels woudn't match up in pattern.

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    You'll just need to upgrade to Retina iEyes, with regular-sized and -positioned cells for best viewing experience.

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