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What Anti-Aliasing is best but low overhead?

Kyleplier1985

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I have an Asus Dual GTX 1050 2GB GDDR5 128-bit 1404Mhz Core and 1514MHz Boost clock. I play BF4, which can run at 2560x1440@60Hz via GeForce Experience and I also play Battlefront. I can witch custom setting run at 2560x1440@60Hz. What could get me better quality on both titles without adjusting the Native resolution?

I have an FX 4300 8GB DDR3 RAM 1600MHz, GTX 1050 2GB GDDR5, 1 TB HDD, Gigabyte MOBO, Samsung 32x M-Disc DVD-RW Drive Gigabit LAN, And I recently had to replace my CPU cooler. My CPU Cooler is the Cooler Master 212 LED. The best $20 I've spent recently.
My monior is the Dell P2415Q 4k AH-IPS monitor. I have plans on purchasing an LG 32UD99 4k HDR 32" monitor. an additional $1000 in addition to my PC build budget of $2500 which is the cost of everything assuming an AMD Ryzen 7 1800x and GTX 1080Ti build.

I do have plans on building a new PC with a White Full Tower PC case, ASUS Crosshair VI AM4 MOBO, a Ryzen 7 1800x CPU because I also am a content creator and would like to do jobs in minutes vs 3+ hours for a 4 minute video,,, Yes I know, Terrible. lol. ASUS STRIX ROG GTX 1080Ti (Unless the AMD Vega surpasses the performance by at least 35-50% with HBM over the 1080Ti) a BD-XL writer and I plan on at least 2 drives. A Samsung 850 PRO SSD for my OS and at least one 6TB 128MB cache Western Digital Performance HDD. 1TB isn't enough nor is 2TB with how many paid and free games I play from Steam


Any suggestions and advice will be greatly appreciated.

I highlighted that I have plans on a new build but I need experienced PC gamers that can help with settings on the games I play on my current build without loss of quality.
 

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