Mass Effect 3 – Nvidia’s FXAA Overview Video

Our dear friends at EVGA have uploaded a video to showcase Nvidia’s FXAA technology in Mass Effect 3. As we can see, FXAA does a great work at smoothing out the game’s jaggies but introduces a slight blur effect. Those interested in a different method can go ahead and try the SMAA Injector that offers even better results in most games, without blurring the image. We are not certain though if SMAA Injector is compatible with BioWare’s RPG, so use it at your own risk. Enjoy the overview video after the jump.
NVIDIA FXAA in Mass Effect 3

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