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Crimson 17.4.4 no Antialiasing/Anisotropic Filtering options

Question asked by tea4dong on Apr 29, 2017
Latest reply on May 1, 2017 by tea4dong

Hello all,


Just bought a Dell Latitude E6540 laptop with a Radeon 8790M video card.  Downloaded the latest drivers.  For either a game profile or global settings, there are no options for AA or AF, such as 2,4,8,16x, etc.  I have two options: override application settings or use application settings, but again, I am not provided with any additional options when I choose "override."


Additionally, when I click on Anisotropic Filtering, it changes to "use application settings," but then gets stuck, and is unable to go back to "override."


Been doing this a long time, never seen CCC (or Crimson, whatever they call it now) behave like this.


Anyone know how to fix this?  Running Crimson 17.4.4.  Thanks everyone.