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iMac - BF2 iMac 20" best settings??


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I have just installed BF2 on my new 20" iMac 256mb video card, I have set all of the settings to High and am running it at the highest settings and at highest monitor refresh rate 1400 x something?, anti alaising at 4X. It runs great, no real lagging e.t.c

The graphics are good, I just wonder if they can be sharper or I am missing anything as some of the grass and leaves are a bit jagged on the edges, also when you go to the menu screen to select guns e.t.c they are slighty blurred.

Is this because I need to asjust more settings or because it;s a massive monitor 20" so is going to look a tad blurred up close?

It runs full screen but do you think it will help if I change the ratio so that it runs corrrect widescreen if it is not at the moment - I can't tell really?

Also on the ATI settings in windows do I set it as Open GL or Direct 3D?
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Apologizing in advance for my ignorance, what is BF2? This would help in addressing your questions!

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