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FSAA

FSAA or Full Screen Anti-Aliasing is a technique used by 3-D graphics cards that over samples each pixel in an image to produce a more realistic-looking image. This technique is an internal render by the GPU (graphics processing unit) that renders a higher resolution version of the screen  then scales it down for display to reduce the jagged effect of diagonal lines.








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