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Yes it does help...quite a bit in some cases. Please read > Another New Anti-Aliasing Mode: Enhanced Quality AA - AMD's Radeon HD 6970 & Radeon HD 6950: Paving The Future For AMD
An example: In game AA setting =4x Effective setting with Enhanced enabled = 4xEQ (or AA 8)
This allows people to either use a lower AA setting in-game and have AA effects similar to the higher setting.....without the performance hit. Or, to achieve a higher level of AA coverage at the current (higher) setting for no noticeable performance hit.
There is no reason to not use the setting....it's way better than 'application controlled' or guessing what AA level to apply. Set this and adjust your AA up or down using the in-game AA setting.
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